Here you can find interesting sights in Busto Arsizio, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 15 sights are available in Busto Arsizio, Italy.Back to the list of cities in Italy
1. Edicola di San Carlo Borromeo
The newsstand of San Carlo Borromeo is a votive capital located in Busto Arsizio, in via Giacomo Matteotti, originally called Contrada Pessina, near the Canavesi-Bossi house. It rises where once were probably a public well and a monastery, now demolished, in a crucial position, as the road was the passage of processions that from the churches of Santa Maria and San Giovanni reached the church of San Michele Arcangelo.
2. Parco Ugo Foscolo
The Ugo Foscolo park is a park in the municipality of Busto Arsizio which owes its name to its location: it is located along the street of the same name, in particular between the church of San Gregorio Magno in Camposanto and the building in via Ludovico Ariosto. A East is delimited by a newly built Paolo Candiani artistic high school building.
3. Monumento equestre a Enrico dell'Acqua
The monument to Enrico Dell’Acqua is an equestrian monument located in the square volunteers of freedom in Busto Arsizio, in front of the entrance of the FS station. It is dedicated to Enrico Dell’Acqua (1851-1910), pioneer of cotton export from Italy abroad and gold medal of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce.
4. Chiesa di Madonna in Prato
The church of Madonna in Prato is a religious building of Busto Arsizio, belonging to the parish of San Michele Arcangelo. It is named after the Immaculate Conception and takes the name of Madonna in Prato as it is once the pool of the pool, one of the four districts of the village of Busto Arsizio in medieval times.
5. Quadreria dell'ospedale di Busto Arsizio
The square of the Busto Arsizio hospital is a collection of over 100 works of art depicting benefactors, largely industrial and canonical, who between 1700 and 1970 contributed to financing the works of the city hospital. The square is located on the first floor of the central pavilion of the hospital.
6. Santuario di Santa Maria di Piazza
The Sanctuary of Santa Maria di Piazza is located in the historic center of Busto Arsizio, where a previous church dedicated to the Madonna stood, which in turn had replaced a chapel dating back to the era of Christianization. This splendid Marian sanctuary was quickly built between 1515 and 1522.
7. Basilica di San Giovanni Battista
St. John the Baptist Cathedral is one of the main Catholic places of worship in Busto Alcizio, honoring one of the city's patron saints. Like St. Michael's Archangel Church, this building stands on the ruins of a Lombardy chapel about 8 meters wide. In 1948, the church was upgraded to a chapel.
8. Chiesa dei Santi Apostoli Pietro e Paolo
The church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paolo is one of the two churches located in the center of the Sacconago district, in Busto Arsizio. It is called "new church" as opposed to the old church of the most ancient construction located a few tens of meters away.
9. Cimitero Monumentale di Busto Arsizio
The monumental cemetery of Busto Arsizio is one of the three current cemeteries of the city, in addition to those of Borsano and Sacconago. It is located at the beginning of via Favana, a road that takes its name from a farmhouse located on its path.
10. Museo del tessile e della tradizione industriale bustese
The Museum of Textiles and Industry is one of the two museums in Busto Arsizio, Italy, that specialises in spinning and weaving. It was opened in 1997 to house objects, pictures and archive material representing Busto Arsizio's industrial history.
11. Museo di Arte Sacra di San Michele Arcangelo
The Museum of Sacred Art of San Michele Arcangelo is one of the two private museums of the city of Busto Arsizio and is hosted inside some parish clubs near the millennial bell tower of the church of San Michele Arcangelo.
12. Battistero San Filippo Neri
The Baptistery of San Filippo Neri is a baptismal church of Busto Arsizio designed by Biagio Bellotti next to the Basilica of San Giovanni Battista and built between 1744 and 1751, when he was inaugurated on July 10th.
13. Ex sede della Società Elettrica Alto Milanese
The headquarters of the Alto Milanese electric company is a liberty style building designed by the architect Luigi Carlo Cornelli and located in Busto Arsizio, in the province of Varese, near the Ugo Foscolo park.
14. Chiesa di San Gregorio Magno in Camposanto
San Gregorio Magno Church in Camposanto is one of the churches built in Busto Arsizio in the 17th century. It is located in the southwest extension of San Gregorio Square, Trento Square and Trieste Square.
15. Chiesa dei Santi Stefano e Lorenzo
The Church of Santi Stefano e Lorenzo is the largest church in Olgiate Olona, Varese province, Italy. The present church is the result of many renovations and expansions of the oldest St. Stefano Church.
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