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Cornello dei Tasso - one of the most beautiful villages in Italy

Wed, 17 Jul 2019

Cornello dei Tasso is a fraction of the municipality of Camerata Cornello, in the province of Bergamo.
Located in the Brembana Valley, it is one of the most characteristic villages and is part of one of the most beautiful villages in Italy.
It is well preserved thanks to the isolation it has experienced over the last few centuries, but also due to a recent recovery intervention.It can be reached only by foot, from the municipality of Camerata Cornello not far away.
The original country of the Tasso dynasty is the hub of some famous commercial and postal streets of antiquity; some interesting places to visit are the Palazzo dei Tasso and the Church of Saints Cornelius and Cyprian.

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