The little village of Romallo in the Val di Non valley extends on a plain area at the slopes of Monte Ozol

The area of Romallo, located in a sunny position, extends on two plain areas: the lower located part round the main place is called "La Villa", while the upper part is located on a slope and is called "Comel".

Another part of Romallo is called "Villa Nuova", a settlement which in the course of time emerged along the main road. Ancient findings show, that this area was already settled in Iron Age.

Unique is for instance the hermitage Santo Biagio on the road connecting Revò to Sanzeno, but which belongs to Romallo. This little church is located on a rock, towering above deep gorges. However, not only its position is impressive, but also the frescoes and the altarpiece inside. Also worth seeing is the San Vitale church, which was rebuilt in 1512 AD, as well as the mansion Palazzo Betta, a historical building dating back to the first half of the 17th century.

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