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This Gothic monastery could become an icon of the city if it would be properly restored after hundreds of years of disrepair.

Published in Bergamo

Set off Via Porta Dipinta at a tiny square is this 8th century church which was rebuilt multiple times throughout the centuries. Compared to the facade from the early 1900s, its the interior is much more authentic with a multitude of Gothic and Renaissance frescoes.

Published in Bergamo

Built in the late 13th and early 16th century, the former Convent of San Francesco is a fine example of medieval monastic architecture.

Published in Bergamo

The former military heart of the city is now occupied by two museums that could both be visited free of charge.

Published in Bergamo

This is a seldom visited and totally unique sight in Bergamo, a 12th century judgment hall of the bishop containing interesting medieval frescoes. Since the 10th century the bishop had the right to administer all justice, criminal and civil within the walls of the city.

Published in Bergamo

Piazza San Pancrazio bears two monuments to be visited: a medieval church rebuilt in Baroque style and a 16th-century fountain in front of it.

Published in Bergamo