On the Pilgrimage route
On the Pilgrimage route
The itinerary is all in Lomellina. We start from Vigevano: During the period Visconti-Sforza Vigevano reached its heyday of, becoming ducal residence and commercial center of considerable importance for the processing of woolen cloth and linen. Let us bring to Vigevano and Mortara initially belonging to the county of Lomello. In 1164 Frederick I submitted it to the domain of Pavia. We carry in the town of Robbio where traces of the Neolithic and the discovery of Bronze Age axes, evidence of human presence already during the short time we reach preistorica.In Breme, seat of an ancient monastery which acquired great importance in 929, when they moved to the monks of the Abbey of Novalesa, destroyed by the Saracens in 906. After a visit to the monumental apparatus Breme, Sartirana we pass by for a quick visit to the castle and we reach Mede which in Roman times was an important economic center. From Mede we move to Lomello, the ancient Laumellum, an important Roman settlement, and was an important center as a place of rest and not only to change horses, along the road from Piacenza to Turin and brought to the Alpine passes. From Lomello along the road back to Vigevano and expect a visit to the Castle of Scaldasole. Along the way we meet Dorno, which was a mutatio, that is a point of change of horses. Last stop, Gambolò, where the first evidence of human presence dating back to the Mesolithic (5500-4500 BC). Timely visit to the archaeological museum Lomellino.






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