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"Sundays for Villas, Palaces and Castles" ...

Bergamo, September 2019 - On Sunday 15 and Sunday 22 September, the owners of 13 private historic houses in Bergamo and its surroundings will open the doors of their homes to visitors and lead them to discover secret and fascinating places, rich in history and works of art. Visitors will be able to retrace, together with the owners, not only the historical-artistic beauties of interiors and ...

Garda Lake

Lake Garda is the largest Italian lake and boasts an area of ​​about 370 square kilometers that extends over three regions, Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige. To the north it has a narrow funnel shape while to the south it widens and is surrounded by moraine hills that make the landscape sweeter. In the lake there are five small islands ...

Museum of Fossils Monte San Giorgio

A visit to the Civic Museum of Fossils, to the territory in which it is naturally inserted and to the fossil museum, will allow you to discover the suggestive charm of a world now lost and dating back to over 200 million years ago. Monte San Giorgio, located at the foot of the Southern Alps, between the Canton of Ticino and the areas of the Pravello and Orsa mountains is surrounded by two branches ...

Monastero del Lavello

Just downstream of Lecco, on the left bank of the Adda river, is the old convent of the Servants of Mary with the church of the Vergine del Lavello. Here the rapid current once slowed its course, allowing you to ford the river from one bank to the other. To defend the passage, around the year one thousand, a castle was built. Around there was a small settlement of fishermen ...

San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore

San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore is a church in Milan, once the seat of the most important female monastery in the city, belonging to the Benedictine order, located at the corner between via Luini and corso Magenta, of early Christian origin, rebuilt in the sixteenth century. It is internally decorated with a vast cycle of frescoes from the Leonardesque school and is referred to as the "Sistine Chapel" of Milan and Lombardy. The monastery is already documented ...

Certosa di Garegnano

The Certosa di Garegnano (also called the Certosa di Milano) is a monastery located on the north-western outskirts of Milan, once in the open countryside. Founded on 19 September 1349 by Giovanni Visconti, bishop and lord of the city, the Charterhouse of Garegnano had the honor, in the summer of 1357, to host Francesco Petrarca as well. The structure, which stood just four kilometers from the city walls of Milan, in…

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