Mezzovico-Vira is a municipality in Lugano district in Canton, Ticino, Switzerland. Recently discovered a stell with inscriptions in northern etherscan states that the area around the Mesovico-Veera was already inhabited in Roman times. In the 1990s Roman arch of tombs were discovered in an archaeological investigation under the parish church of Abondoni. The church developed from a small wooden church in the 6th century to the present Baroque Building. In the early Middle Ages, it was a Curtis, in which the villas Viraas, the middle of Vikus Mezoviko and the settlement of the Sigirino were included.
In the Middle Ages, it was related to the Valley of Carvina, in which the northern northern part of Vedigio was included in the village. The modern municipality of Mezzovico-Vira was first mentioned in 1335 as Medio Vico and Vira. The political and religious center of the valley was Bironico. Mazeoviko and Virira were always a municipality, but separated religiously when the Church of San Antonio became a parish church in 1838. The Parish Church of Mezowiko, S. Mameeto, goes back to a Roman era building which was expanded in the 12th, 15th.