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Convento Di San Francesco, Bergamo
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Se andate a visitare questo convento a Bergamo Alta, non fermatevi al primo chiostro. Arrivate fino in fondo ed ammirate il secondo con la sua suggestiva vista sulla valle Seriana.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.show original
Монастырь Святого Франческо расположен в так называемом верхнем городе. Вход бесплатный, внутри сохранились старинные фрески. В здании также находится исторический музей города.Monastery of San Francesco is located in the so-called upper town. Admission is free, within the preserved frescoes. The building also houses the town's historical Museum.show original
Doveva essere una gran bella struttura, purtroppo ora è piuttosto trascurato, del resto nel corso degli anni (o meglio dei secoli) ha modificato più volte la sua destinazione d'uso. E' anche un po' de... read more »It was supposed to be a very good structure, unfortunately now is rather neglected, the rest over the years (or rather the centuries) has changed several times its intended use. It's also a bit sheltered compared to other important historic buildings of Bergamo Alta and no indication the reports, you have to really look for it. It's basically a younger brother and I think doesn't deserve, in fact on the day of our visit we were the only ones while at 200 meters away, the tide of tourists transiting undeterred towards other beauties. And the guides because you don't consider it? The Fondazione Bergamo nella Storia should definitely do something!show original
Rubén LópezIt only conserves a cloister very soulless and without ornamentation. Visit free, recommended only if you have time to stroll and enjoy the area.show original
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