The place is named after the church, built between 1634 and 1642, in thanksgiving after the plague of 1630-31
At the beginning of the Via Roma, Piazza between the Fortress and the Church, is one of the largest buildings in Monaco
The church is known until the year 1105 and was dependent on the monastery of St. Mantua Benedict in Polirone
Montecarlo: fortified medieval village dominating the plain of Lucca.
Set on an isolated hill at 162 above sea level. in the province of Lucca, Montecarlo is located almost halfway between Lucca and Montecatini Terme amd between Florence and Pisa