Italy, Bergamo via Rosate Balcony
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Italy, Bergamo via Rosate Balcony

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Nearby images in http://www.360cities.net/area/bergamo

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A: panorama dalle mura di Bergamo Alta

by Andrea Biffi, 40 meters away

panorama dalle mura di Bergamo Alta

C: Italy, Bergamo Santa Maria Maggiore

by Konrad Łaszczyński, 80 meters away

Italy, Bergamo Santa Maria Maggiore

D: Bergamo: Basilica of St Maria Maggiore and Temple of Santa Croce

by Pietro Madaschi, 80 meters away

In the 360 Photo it can be seen the original romanesque Tempietto di Santa Croce, "Small Temple of th...

Bergamo: Basilica of St Maria Maggiore and Temple of Santa Croce

E: Italy, Bergamo Santa Maria Maggiore

by Konrad Łaszczyński, 90 meters away

Italy, Bergamo Santa Maria Maggiore

F: Italy, Bergamo via Rosate

by Konrad Łaszczyński, 90 meters away

Italy, Bergamo via Rosate

G: Italy, Bergamo Santa Maria Maggiore

by Konrad Łaszczyński, 90 meters away

Italy, Bergamo Santa Maria Maggiore

H: Bergamo: Basilica of St Maria Maggiore - Interior

by Pietro Madaschi, 100 meters away

Located in the center of the Upper City of Bergamo, the Basilica of St Maria Maggiore was founded in ...

Bergamo: Basilica of St Maria Maggiore - Interior

I: Bergamo: Atrium to Bishop's Palace - Statue of Pope John, Papa Giovanni XXIII

by Pietro Madaschi, 100 meters away

This medieval atrium is attached to Basilica of St Maria Maggiore in Bergamo Alta, the Upper Town. Al...

Bergamo: Atrium to Bishop's Palace - Statue of Pope John, Papa Giovanni XXIII

J: Italy, Bergamo Piazza Padre Reginaldo Giuliani

by Konrad Łaszczyński, 120 meters away

Italy, Bergamo Piazza Padre Reginaldo Giuliani

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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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