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Convento Di San Francesco, Bergamo
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  • A fine example of a small Lombard monastery. The history of this place is full of events, bad impact on safety, but see here is still there. The more free.
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  • all that tells the story of Saint Francis is sublime, in bergamo there is this convent although currently uncared for, what is striking is the cloister and the magnificent frescos inside
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  • If you go to visit the convent in Bergamo Alta, don't stop at the first cloister. You come down and admire the second with its impressive views of the valle Seriana.
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  • The convent consists of two cloisters, one of the Arks and well but there was almost nothing of their decoration. You can see the frescoes of the church if you decide to visit the Bergamo History Museum here.
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  • It only conserves a cloister very soulless and without ornamentation. Visit free, recommended only if you have time to stroll and enjoy the area.
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  • It also has a photo exhibition
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