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Abbazia di Sant'Albino, Mortara
(3.1/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • The small Abbey, on the route of the via Francigena, with adjoining small hostel for pilgrims. We could visit it inside thanks to the courtesy of the guardian who has it open. The Church is small and simple but impressive. Tradition has it that it was rebuilt by Charlemagne after a battle won in the surrounding countryside. Too bad it's flanked by a wall and a ruined structure and underpinned that detract from the charm.
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  • I was with friends to visit this Abbey near Mortara. Very nice, you are transported to another century.
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  • We caught up with many difficulties (the Navigator seemed crazy) this church founded in the 5th century and renovated in the 16th, already important resting place for pilgrims travelling along the Via Francigena. According to tradition it was rebuilt by Charlemagne in 774, after the bloody battle won against the Lombards in these campaigns. The building reveals the Romanesque apse and Bell Tower, leaning slightly, while Renaissance additions are the front porch and nave; inside, along the walls in the apse, there is an interesting cycle of frescoes. The Church is flanked by a hostel for pilgrims now travel the via Francigena. Worthy of a visit.
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  • Absolutely the best refreshment of the via Francigena, the Lomellina. Hospitality and courtesy of two custodians. Tagliatelle or lasagne al forno or risotto. Main courses depending on the day and sweet. Breakfast. Gigi and Franca to welcome and Father Nunzio to elevate your spirituality. If you are on the journey of the pilgrims stop to visit the splendid Abbey.
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