The Arengario or Town Hall (13th cent.) is supported by stone pillars. The upper part has two- and three-lighted windows and small hanging arches. A balcony (called “parlera”) from where announcements were read juts out on one side. The Duomo or Basilica di San Giovanni Battista was founlow, carinated 15th cent, ceiling, a 15th or 16th cent, wooden statue of San Bernardino, a huge polyptych by Bartolomeo Vivarini (re-corded 1450-1499) and a wooden pulpit dated 1611.
The Collegiata della Maddalena, a large Baroque building, contains a fine marble statue by Antonello Gagini (1478-1536) of the Ma-donna and Child, a late-16th cent. Gagini-school statue of the Madonna della Candelora, a painting of St. Francis Xavier, attributed to the Spanish artist, Francesco Palomino Lopez (lived in the 18th cent.), and an impor-tant painting of the Coronation of the Virgin, Saints Jerome and Nicholas of Bari, by Antonio Sarnelli (active 1742-1793).
In the church of San Pietro are statues of St. Lucy and St. Catherine by Pietro Bernini (1562-1629), and a picture of the Madonna worshipped by Saints Blaise, Anne and Francis (1666), by Giovanni Battista Colimodio.