Castegnato is an Italian town of 8,426 populations inside the province of Brescia, in Lombardy. Later it's far probably that the city was part of the Territorium Civitatis and therefore spiritually dependent on the urban Plebs that prolonged for a radius of about 10 km across the metropolis. Castegnato, in Roman times, changed into crossed through an important Roman consular street that linked Brescia lat. Brixia with Val Camonica lat. Vallis Camunnorum alongside the Iseo lake lat. Sebinus lacus from which the name of the road and finishing at Rognum Rogno. In the medieval duration Castegnato changed into ready with a castle.
It is said, in reality, that in the Torre district there was one albeit modest, from which stood a robust tower. It is still unknown to whom it belonged, possibly it changed into constructed by means of the feudal lord Beniamino da Manerba. The territory belonged at least in part to the monastery of Santa Giulia, at the same time as the north eastern element become part of the property of the monastery of Rodengo. Under Venice from 1426, Castegnato was part of the Gussago square and the Rovato district.