Continuing along via Roma you reach the main square of the village.
In seeing how this square is now, nobody imagines that, until the beginning of the century, it was not a square, but "the public moat".
A large pool, that is, destined to receive the rainwater of the "villa", of the highest part of the country.
Water used to water cattle, wash clothes and other domestic uses.
Now this large public space, recently arranged and embellished, is the nerve center of the country, a place of meeting and socialization where there are some services (post office, bank) and shops (bars, shops).