The town gets it name from the Verla family who controlled the area in the 13th century. The township grew up around the Verla estate, thus taking its name. A reminder of their power is the Palazzo Verlato dello Scamozzi, which dominates the main town square. There is also to the villa Ghellini del
Pizzocaro, with a porticoed courtyard; the villa is now used for art exhibits and cultural events. Located on a small province road this is a nice village to pass through.
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