19th century. This is the most scenic “square” in the province thanks to its semi-circular shape: a wide exedra with neo-classical portico. As central Via Roma leads from here it is affectionately known as the “frying pan square”. This is the heart of the town with the Malatesta castle, a treasure trove of art and history, looming ahead. It is the site of competitions between the districts in the Palio del Daino.