Poggio, in the past known as S. Terenzio, the center is of great historical interest, some homes with a facade porches with low-sixth (facciate a portici con sesto ribassato), with architectural elements of major interest, such as decorations, with "roses" to six points.
There is a bell attached to the XVIII century Church of Santa Maria Assunta, built in sandstone.
On the bell tower on the facade there is a stone archway in the stone, with inscriptions in a box rectangular, probably toscane workers. Above the archway there is a slab of white marble of Mount Tambura, with inscription that refers to an image of the Madonna placed in a niche above.

Poggio, hamlet of Camporgiano di Garfagnana, panorama from Le Vigne
Overview Poggio (451 m.) from "Le Vigne" of Isola (Maestaina delle Vigne Maestaina delle vigne.).
In the top you see the hill of La Capriola (m. 536), where once stood a castle, and behind it on the left there is the Pania of Corfino (m. 1603).

The "Capriola" is an enormous ofiolite, it consists of solidified volcanic rocks in the ancient ocean depths; elevation of this kind, emerging in the surrounding hills, are common throughout the valley, and used at all times for defensive purposes.
Even on top of Capriola stood a fortress, now disappeared; his place was taken by the crops and vineyards, which falls in the southern, terrace of boulders and scattered.
In the place Capriola artefacts were found attributable ligure ethnic group, these date from the period between the third and seventh century BC. They are the earliest findings.
In "La Villa" location is worth visiting the Roman church of San Biagio (sec. XII).
Near Poggio there are also the location of Ferriera e Mulino di Puglianella.
Poggio seen photos of the Villetta: Poggio visto dalla Villetta, ponte ferroviario della Villetta..
The Old Bridge on the Edron