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The Benedictine Abbey of San Pietro was the seat of the Bremetense Order, one of the most powerful in Italy and Europe. Restored around 1650, today the abbey houses the town hall. Also worth visiting are the Romanesque baptistery (8th-10th centuries), the crypt (10th century) and the rural sanctuary of Santa Maria di Pollicino (private property).
  • 21 September 2022
Built around the X century, the Castle of Gambolò was rearranged many times, before finally becoming a countryside villa at the request of Marquis Agostino Litta
  • 22 September 2022
In 1450 Antonio Crivelli had the castle built almost from the foundations, which had been destroyed by Facino Cane, and had it surrounded by a moat. Today it is the seat of the town hall.
  • 22 September 2022
The Visconti era castle, built in the 14th century, has been a national monument for about a century. The adjacent Peasant Museum is rich in history. Private property.
  • 22 September 2022
The first mentions of the castle appeared in the 12th century: it would be owned by the Beccaria and the Guasco family from Alessandria. Private property.
  • 22 September 2022
In the early Middle Ages the town was known for its fortress, a tower which bears the inscription "Ambrosius Majnoni fecit opus an. 703". Private property. Part of the farm buildings have been refurbished for public events.
  • 22 September 2022
The castle located in the hamlet of Villanova, dating back to the 14th century, was the country residence of the Sforza dukes, who experimented there for the first time with the cultivation of rice in Lomellina.
  • 8 June 2022
The castle, initially owned by the Confalonieri, was sold to the Caccia novaresi and, in 1465, to the Gallarati, still owners today. The castle of the Celpenchio district dates back to the fourteenth century. Private property.
  • 22 September 2022
The castle, built in the Middle Ages, became the heritage of Emperor Federico I known as Barbarossa in 1164. Today it is managed by the Vera Coghi Foundation.
  • 22 September 2022