Trip Planner : Europe / Italy / Lombardy / Province of Bergamo / Bergamo / Religious Sites / Cappella Colleoni
Cappella Colleoni, Bergamo
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
After his soldiers destroyed one church, Bartolomeo Colleoni, commander of the Republic of Venice, ordered the construction of Cappella Colleoni on the same site in 1472. The chapel combines Romanesque, medieval, and Gothic styles with a traditional Renaissance structure. The polychrome marble designs in red, white, and black, adorn the outside and embody its extravagance. Admire the exterior, then head inside to browse the collection of 18th-century artwork. You can also visit Colleoni's tomb on the wall facing the entrance. Pictures are not allowed inside. Put Cappella Colleoni on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Bergamo trip itinerary planner.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
A beautiful chapel located beside the Basilica, but no pictures allowed. The ornate interior is worth the short amount of time needed to see it.l
Nella Cappella esiste il famoso monumento a Colleoni grande condottiero bergamasco che rese Bergamo una delle citta' piu' importanti della sua epoca sotto le insigne del Leone di San Marco.In the chapel there is the famous monument of Colleoni great leader bergamasco who made one of the most important cities of Bergamo his era under the illustrious St. Mark's lion.show original
Stupenda esternamente ed architettonicamente. Meno bella, ma comunque interessante a da visitare, internamente. Peccato non si possano fare foto all'interno.Gorgeous externally and architecturally. Less good, but still interesting to visit, internally. Too bad you can't take pictures inside.show original
A mausoleum built by Colleoni in the early 1400s! Do not miss the coat of arms on the gate
Giorgio ChinatiMausoleum built in memory of the late 1400 condottiere Bartolomeo Colleoni. Gesture known to all Baguio is the tap the weapon of the Cham with "three balls" place on cleared outside, it is said to bring good luck.show original
Fabio MThe mausoleum of the leader in the second half of the 400! Not to be missed if you visit the upper town, as the nearby basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore.show original
Rubén LópezThe best of this Chapel is its façade filled with red marbles and a groundbreaking design next to basilica. In its interior there is little to do and usually open later than the basilica. You can see a spectacular from the top of the Bell Tower of the plaza.show original
Roberto PinottiBeautifulshow original
Unable to display map at this time. Please try again later.
Are you the owner of this business? Click here for promotion tips.