The origins of Pieve di Corsignano (Italy) can be traced to the VII century, while the actual version dates back to the 12th century.
Inside is the baptismal font where Pio II and his nephew Pio III were baptized. The church must precisely to this Pope one of his biggest reasons of interest. In his baptismal font in fact, in 1405 was baptized Enea Silvio Piccolomini, the future Pope Pius II and, later, his nephew also rose in turn to solio pontifico as Pius III was baptized here. Inside, near the baptismal font an epigraph in Latin recalls the excellent baptisms: Hic duo Pontifices sacred baptismatis undas, Patruus accepit, et Pius inde Nepos.