Pieve di Talignano
The church of San Biagio is on the border of Carrega woodlands between the valley of river Taro and stream Scodogna, along the famous itinerary called "Via Romea" used in the MiddleAges by pilgrims to reach Rome from North Italy and North Europe.
The current Roman appearence of the building is a result of the restoration work carried out between 1930-1940. On a rectangular plan, it has a unique semi-circular apse at the bottom, side chapels and a square bell tower on the left side.
Noteworthy is the lunette carved out on the external portal: it’s one of the rare examples of "Psycho-stasis" which represents the Last Judgement, by "weighing" the soul of the deceased after death.