Located at the entrance to the city cemetery, the Church of the Nativity of Mary in San Martino dates back to the period between 1400 and 1500. Outwardly is mixed Roman Renaissance-style and in my opinion should be restored in the best way. Inside, the church has a single nave with an apse and small chorus. The altar has an altar painted in good condition. The triumphal arch of access to the presbytery has only a few simple decorations while the presbytery vault is painted with a fake dome centered on the face of God Pantocrator. The church is open every day during the hours of the cemetery.