Brivio (LC) LungoAdda: Tramonto
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Brivio (LC) LungoAdda: Tramonto

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A: Brivio - LungoAdda

by Giovanni Saini, 90 meters away

Brivio - LungoAdda            

Brivio - LungoAdda

B: lungo-adda a Brivio

by Andrea Biffi, 160 meters away

lungo-adda a Brivio

C: Brivio (LC) Tramonto sull'Adda

by Giovanni Saini, 420 meters away

Brivio (LC) Tramonto sull'Adda

E: traghetto a Imbersago sull'Adda

by Andrea Biffi, 3.9 km away

traghetto a Imbersago sull'Adda

F: Bergamo: The House of Pope John XXIII in Sotto il Monte

by Pietro Madaschi, 5.3 km away

Pope John XXIII is considered one of the most important and beloved persons of the contemporary era. ...

Bergamo: The House of Pope John XXIII in Sotto il Monte

G: Bergamo: St Egidio Abbey - Abbazia di Sant'Egidio in Fontanella

by Pietro Madaschi, 5.8 km away

The Fontanella Abbey is a small yet fascinating church estabilished in 11th century by Cluny Monks. T...

Bergamo: St Egidio Abbey - Abbazia di Sant'Egidio in Fontanella

H: Bergamo: St Egidio - Abbazia di Sant'Egidio in Fontanella- Interior

by Pietro Madaschi, 5.9 km away

The Fontanella Abbey is a small yet fascinating church estabilished in 11th century by Cluny Monks. I...

Bergamo: St Egidio - Abbazia di Sant'Egidio in Fontanella- Interior

I: Consonno Ghost Town Camion abbandonato

by Angelo Furlani, 6.3 km away

Consonno una città fantasma in italia abbandonata subito dopo ga guerra del 45 un inprenditore voleva...

Consonno Ghost Town Camion abbandonato

J: Consonno 2: Ghost Town

by Angelo Furlani, 6.4 km away

Consonno citta fantasma in Italia tutto alla decadenza, un RAV party alcuni anni orsono a portato anc...

Consonno 2: Ghost Town

This panorama was taken in http://www.360cities.net/area/bergamo,

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The area of current Lombardy was settled at least since the 2nd millennium BC, as shown by the archaeological findings of ceramics, arrows, axes and carved stones... continues on wikipedia

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