Town situated on a hill in the lower Metauro valley. With its characteristic winding snail-shell shape, it was one of the strongholds for the defence of  Fano against the Feltresco dynasty. Its name originates from a notary who lived during the 14th century, Ser Ungaro degli Atti. The Malatesta family ordered the fortress to be built with solid walls which even today surround the ancient town. Near the centre, along the ancient via Flaminia, there is  Tavernelle a veritable “taberna” from Roman times (it is easy hence to trace the name back to the Romans) with lodgings and covered shelter for animals and carts. The two medieval castles of Bargni and Pozzuolo are particularly characteristic, and are immersed in the lush green of the countryside.


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