Located in an ancient castle, this Church, dedicated to Saint Laurence the Martyr, dates back to the eleventh or twelfth century. Its foundations boast a Romanesque style that was later modified by reconstruction projects which occurred throughout the centuries; nineteenth century restorations remain particularly visible. Scholar Franco Lessi recently discovered a bronze crucifix of great historical value hidden in the church. It dates back to the XII-XIII centuries. This noteworthy cross is engraved with figures representing the Virgin Mary, St. John, the Angel and the Holy Sepulchre.
(Source: Pisa Tourist Information Office)