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Abbazia del Cerreto, Abbadia Cerreto

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  • The church has an amazing and picturesque front and external views, with a wonderful garden. The internal part is interesting as well. The remains of an ancient wooden boat, found some years ago nearb...  more »
  • After so many years, yesterday I went back to visit the Abbey of cerreto. Nothing has changed. Beautiful church, you can get there from Crema towards Lodi. Reached almost to Lodi, at a traffic light, turn left along a road to 6/7 kilometers. the campaign, the farmhouses and old clusters of houses are with us. yesterday, Sunday, there were quite a few visitors. Who knows what a treat on weekdays. The brick structure, the portal carved in wood, the Interior with valuable medallions painted a beautiful crucifix at the altar, a madonna with child. worth visiting.
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  • The small village of Abbadia Cerreto, near Lodi, hosts a beautiful Benedictine Abbey-a Cistercian monk, which is well worth a trip. Despite being a sunny Saturday, today there was a peace and a silence rare. The red-brick façade, adorned with a graceful portico, stands wonderfully on the beautiful lawn. The Interior, with three naves on strong pillars, instills a sense of harmony and balance. The furnishings and decorations are simple, but in the left transept there is a charming Square Blade (Callisto), depicting the Madonna and child.
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