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A place full of history. The Roman period, when Pausulae - thanks to its favorable geographical position - was an important center of exchange and episcopal seat. The medieval one, during which the Cistercian monks of Fiastra built a large farm (XII century). In the Chienti river plain, on the border between the territories of Corridonia and Morrovalle, today there is a complex of structures that from those ancient times takes its name back. "Sarrocciano" from ancient Rome, "Grancia" from the Middle Ages.
The center of village life. Early Middle Ages origins, the square has undergone several and important changes over time, enriching its town planning with buildings that symbolize ecclesiastical, civil and political power. From the first foundations of the "ministrum de Valle” (X century), the square preserved its role as the nerve center of the City of Morrovalle (title acquired in 2009).