Gambolò
the Municipality
Gambolò
about 32 Km from Pavia

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The History
The earliest evidence of human life in the area of Gambolò, found on the right bank of the river Terdoppio, dates from the recent Mesolithic era (5500-4500 B.C.). A number of villages, of which the many cemeteries serve as evidence, sprang up in the second half of the 3rd century B.C.. The village was first mentioned in 999 in a document specifying that a certain Ademarus de Gambolate had to compensate the bishop of Vercelli, Leone, for the incurred damages. The castle was first mentioned a century later, in 1099. Places of interest: • Roman basilica of San Eusebio • Litta Castle, 14th century - Tel. +390381938256 +390381930781 • Church of Santa Maria • Church of San Rocco • Church of San Paolo • Archaeological Museum of the Lomellina +390381938256
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  • •Basilica romanica di S. Eusebio
  • •Castello Litta sec. XIV - Tel. +390381938256 +390381930781
  • •Chiesa di S. Maria
  • •Chiesa di S. Rocco
  • •Chiesa di S. Paolo
  • • Museo Archeologico Lomellino +390381938256
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The History
The earliest evidence of human life in the area of Gambolò, found on the right bank of the river Terdoppio, dates from the recent Mesolithic era (5500-4500 B.C.). A number of villages, of which the many cemeteries serve as evidence, sprang up in the second half of the 3rd century B.C.. The village was first mentioned in 999 in a document specifying that a certain Ademarus de Gambolate had to compensate the bishop of Vercelli, Leone, for the incurred damages. The castle was first mentioned a century later, in 1099. Places of interest: • Roman basilica of San Eusebio • Litta Castle, 14th century - Tel. +390381938256 +390381930781 • Church of Santa Maria • Church of San Rocco • Church of San Paolo • Archaeological Museum of the Lomellina +390381938256
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