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Principato di Lucedio, Trino

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  • Really impressive to see this architectural structure from Afar in a flat campaign and bare (winter). The disappointment lies in the fact that is not open to the public as a private residence. A real shame because reading the thousand-year history, could be very interesting.
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  • The visit was organized by a competent person in art history. I added to the guided tour with interest and I could look at this corner of the territory Vercellese which can be reached only if you know its history and architecture of the site. Truly a place to visit.
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  • Call before to ask when is open ... Lucedio Abbey was founded in 1123 by Cistercian monks who reclaimed the territory by introducing at the beginning of ' 400 – first in Italy – the cultivation of rice. Over time, thanks to its strategic geographic position along the Via Francigena, the Abbey became a thriving Center of economic and political power: the three popes who were visited. Lucedio was also cause for conflict between Italian dynastic families increased from Gonzaga to the Savoy, the Abbey became property of Napoleon in early ' 800. It later passed to the Marquis Giovanni Gozani di San Giorgio, ancestor of the current owner, Countess Rosetta Clara Cavalli d'olivola Salvadori di Weissenhof. They say that there are spirits and ghosts that inhabit (besides guardian).
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