The church of S. Michele Arcangelo, (late thirteenth century), still intact shows the facade in white and pink stone and a small bell tower. The interior, unfortunately very altered, retains few traces of fragmented apse frescoes of 1501 that are part of the Spoleto culture between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. There is also stored on the left wall of the nave, a fine wooden crucifix of the XVI century. Overlooking the square itself, the Municipal Palace, of medieval origin, rebuilt several times, shows neo-Gothic style, with Ghibelline battlements. To the left is walled, the emblem of the town, a tower dating back to the XIV – XV century. Of particular interest, in the council chamber, decorated top, with frescoes of 1934 made by local artist Ernesto Bannella, depicting all the castles of the Municipality of Giano. You can also see exposed various archaeological finds from the area, especially from the Roman Villa of Toccioli.