You are crossing the territory of Corridonia
Coming from a farming tradition, it has recently seen the development of a flourishing industrial activity, distinguishing in footwear, furniture and construction. In the Middle Ages it was known as Montolmo because of the presence of a gigantic, centuries-old elm tree. The current name was given in 1931 in honor of one of its most famous citizens, the trade unionist Filippo Corridoni (1887-1915), who died heroically on the Carso during World War I. The town has dedicated him a museum.