Gravellona Lomellina
the Municipality
Gravellona Lomellina
Is about 48 Km from Pavia

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The History
Archaeological finds provide evidence of the first settlements in the early Bronze Age, concurrent to the pre-Celtic civilisation of Golasecca. The toponym could be of Etruscan origin considering its suffix “ona”, or its prefix “grava" (gravel) referring to the pebbly alluvial soil. There are also traces of settlements going back to the 7th century, the Iron Age, i.e. from Celtic times. Places of interest: • Church of the Assumption • Church of Sant’Anna and Maria Bambina (Infant Mary) • Santctuary of San Zeno • Remains of the Christian Baptistery • Remains of the Castle • The Barbavara Garden • Murals by renowned artists
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  • • Chiesa dell’Assunta
  • • Chiesa di S. Anna e Maria Bambina
  • • Santuario di S. Zeno
  • • Resti Battistero cristiano
  • • Resti di Castello
  • • Giardino Barbavara
  • • Murales di artisti di chiara fama
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The History
Archaeological finds provide evidence of the first settlements in the early Bronze Age, concurrent to the pre-Celtic civilisation of Golasecca. The toponym could be of Etruscan origin considering its suffix “ona”, or its prefix “grava" (gravel) referring to the pebbly alluvial soil. There are also traces of settlements going back to the 7th century, the Iron Age, i.e. from Celtic times. Places of interest: • Church of the Assumption • Church of Sant’Anna and Maria Bambina (Infant Mary) • Santctuary of San Zeno • Remains of the Christian Baptistery • Remains of the Castle • The Barbavara Garden • Murals by renowned artists
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