the Municipality
Sartirana Lomellina
is about 47 Km from Pavia

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The History
Sartirana was first recorded in the 10th century as part of the Committee of Lomello and shortly afterwards as being assigned to the count palatine. It was annexed to Pavia by Frederick I in 1164, according to a document mentioning Sartirana. During the rule of the Visconti family, it was given to condottiero Angelo della Pergola (1424), and, under the Sforzas, to minister Cicco Simonetta, subsequently killed by Ludovico il Moro. In 1494 it was awarded to the Guasco family of Alessandria, and, in 1499, King Louis XII of France, who was occupying the dukedom, granted it to the cardinal of Ambroise. In 1521, Sartirana was subdued by Mercurino Arborio of Gattinara, the imperial Chancellor, and was later on inherited by his descendants, including an estate that comprised several nearby villages, until 1797, when feudalism was abolished. Places of interest: • 14th century Castle • Church of Most Holy Trinity / Chiesa della SANTISSIMA TRINITÀ • Church of SAN ROCCO • Church of DELL’ASSUNTA • Church of SANTA MARGHERITA • Church of SAN PIETRO MARTIRE • Rural Museum • Garzaia of Bosco Basso (“garzaia” - herons nesting site) • Garzaia of Sartirana
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  • • Castello sec. XIV
  • • Chiesa SS. TRINITÀ
  • • Chiesa S. ROCCO
  • • Chiesa DELL’ASSUNTA
  • • Chiesa di S. MARGHERITA
  • • Chiesa di S. PIETRO MARTIRE
  • • Museo della CIVILTÀ CONTADINA
  • • Garzaia del Bosco Basso
  • • Garzaia di Sartirana
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The History
Sartirana was first recorded in the 10th century as part of the Committee of Lomello and shortly afterwards as being assigned to the count palatine. It was annexed to Pavia by Frederick I in 1164, according to a document mentioning Sartirana. During the rule of the Visconti family, it was given to condottiero Angelo della Pergola (1424), and, under the Sforzas, to minister Cicco Simonetta, subsequently killed by Ludovico il Moro. In 1494 it was awarded to the Guasco family of Alessandria, and, in 1499, King Louis XII of France, who was occupying the dukedom, granted it to the cardinal of Ambroise. In 1521, Sartirana was subdued by Mercurino Arborio of Gattinara, the imperial Chancellor, and was later on inherited by his descendants, including an estate that comprised several nearby villages, until 1797, when feudalism was abolished. Places of interest: • 14th century Castle • Church of Most Holy Trinity / Chiesa della SANTISSIMA TRINITÀ • Church of SAN ROCCO • Church of DELL’ASSUNTA • Church of SANTA MARGHERITA • Church of SAN PIETRO MARTIRE • Rural Museum • Garzaia of Bosco Basso (“garzaia” - herons nesting site) • Garzaia of Sartirana
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