Of the original core of the church of Santo Stefano (12th cent.), remains the vaulting-cell bell-tower and the small apsidiole. The 15thcentury alterations upset the church’s original orientation, that inside has two naves (a Romanesque one and another 15th cent. one). To the left of the church stands the 16th century Palazzo degli Oddi with its severe 18th century façade. Inside are late 17th century frescoes depicting episodes of the Oddi family’s epic deeds.