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This was a lovely place, and we enjoyed our visit. I think it was definitely worth going. The lady patrolling the cameras was delightful, and she helped me choose a very pretty pendant - which I will treasure, because it's from one of the best...More
A small church like a shrine and mausoleum of a military commander called Bartolomeo Colleoni and his beloved daughter. No photos are allowed. Inside there is a small shop and a person who checks that no one tries to use a camera without being noticed....More
Italy was once a series of nation states and some would argue it still is. There is still intense civic pride which in certain areas, such as Venice and Siena, still runs to which neighbourhood you were born in.
Bergamo, is far too often overlooked,...More
Colleoni, (not Corleoni of Godfather fame), the general who built this mausoleum for himself, was clearly not a modest person! The frontage is impressive. The tomb is built on a grand scale with an excellent statue of the man himself on it and the altar...More
This is Colleoni - one of three most successful Italian Condottieri - resting place it was built with no money to spare as the Colleoni prior to his death was one of the world richest men.
The refinement - messages - attitudes and self esteem...More