The village of Gallina is an old farming village, built as a place where pilgrims could rest, since it is positioned at the point where the via Cassia coincides with the old via Francigena.
This village has experienced a strong growth in the postwar years, but there is still evidence of its past numerous fortified farmhouses and former stations that keep intact their original appearance
Monuments and landmarks:
-Church of Saint Mary of the fields reference fraction Church, was built in the late sixties and early seventies of the 20th century.
–Fortified farms and ancient stations: La Poderina, La Rimbecca, La Scala, the Church of San Pellegrino, and the ancient Hospital that hosted also Francis of Assisi.