The cheerful town of Pollenza is situated on a hilltop that separates the two valleys of the rivers Potenza and Chienti. Within its brick ramparts, the single main street, called via Roma, three intimate piazzas are enclosed. The town is famed for antique furniture restoration and, as well as many workshops outside the walls, there are several shops here to browse around. At the far end of the town, the sumptuous Church of San Biagio, decked out in perfect neo-classical style, hosts a Callido’s pipe organ. The town’s other claim to fame is the Marche’s only bust to the composer Verdi, which stands outside the historical theatre in Piazza della Libertà. In the territory you can visit the Rambona Abbey, the Romanesque church built in AD 898, one of the region’s earliest and most important churches. Every year in July the local Craftsmanship and Restoration Exhibition is held, in which the local craftsmen show and sell their antiques pieces.