13 Sights in Lodi, Italy (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Lodi, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 13 sights are available in Lodi, Italy.

List of cities in Italy Sightseeing Tours in Lodi

1. Museo di scienze naturali

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The museum of natural sciences of the Collegio San Francesco di Lodi was born in 1850 as the museum of the College of Santa Maria degli Angeli in Monza, directed by the Barnabites. When the school was closed at the beginning in 1884, much of the material passed to the Lodi college. The collection expanded further thanks to the donation of Dr. Paolo Lanfossi who in 1862, bequeathed a collection of minerals, shells, birds and two hundred books on natural sciences. In 1996 the opening, previously reserved only for students of the college, was extended to all.

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2. Tempio civico della Beata Vergine Incoronata

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The Tempio Civico della Beata Vergine Incoronata is a Catholic church in Lodi, Lombardy, Italy. It is considered one of the masterworks of the Lombard Renaissance art. The church was designed in 1488 by Giovanni Battagio, continued by Gian Giacomo Dolcebuono and finished by Giovanni Antonio Amadeo, and built at expenses of the Lodi commune, whence the denomination "Civico" ("Municipal"), on the site previously occupied by a brothel.

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3. Chiesa di Sant'Agnese

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The Church of Sant'Agnese is a Gothic-style, Augustinian church in Lodi, Lombardy, a region of Italy. The church was expanded in 1393 by Bonifacio Bottigella when he became Bishop of Lodi. Bottigella oversaw the diocese until 1404. The church has been celebrated as representing a great moment in Lombard Gothic Architecture. The polygonal apse and two-tiered bell-tower are similar to that of the Lodi Cathedral.

Wikipedia: Sant'Agnese, Lodi (EN)

4. Teatro alle Vigne

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The Teatro alle Vigne is the main theater of the city of Lodi. Originally it was a church, canonical of the order of the Humiliati, but in 1570 it passed to the Barnabite fathers who converted it into a higher institute of theology, morality and philosophy. After numerous changes of intended use and a radical renovation, in 1985 it became the seat of the theater; its first artistic director was Carlo Rivolta.

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5. Castello visconteo

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The Visconti Castle of Lodi is a historical building in Lodi, Lombardy, northern Italy. As it appears today, it is the result of transformations made on a Middle Age castle founded in the 12th century by Frederick Barbarossa. Its name derives from the Visconti family, lords and dukes of Milan, who in the 13th and 14th centuries took possession of and then rebuilt the original fortification.

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6. Collezione anatomica Paolo Gorini

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The "Paolo Gorini" anatomical collection collects 166 anatomical preparations produced by the scientist Paolo Gorini, a well-known corpse trainer, between 1842 and 1881, donated by his heirs to the Maggiore Hospital in Lodi. The current exhibition layout was curated by the illustrious pathologist Antonio Allegri and inaugurated by Senator Giovanni Spadolini in December 1981.

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7. Museo della Stampa e Stampa d’Arte a Lodi Andrea Schiavi

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Museo della Stampa e Stampa d’Arte a Lodi Andrea Schiavi MichelePresutto / Cc-by-sa-3.0

The Museum of printing and art printing is a civic museum of the municipality of Lodi inaugurated in June 2008 and dedicated to Andrea Schiavi, who has collected numerous machines of various kinds. In the museum you can find different machines such as printing presses, presses, matrices and many typewriters, including monotypes and lynotipes.

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8. Chiesa di San Francesco

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San Francesco is a church in Lodi, Lombardy, northern Italy, dating to the late 13th century. Its main peculiarity are the two "open sky" double mullioned windows in the façade, which are the first example of a model often repeated in northern Italy in the 14th and 15th centuries.

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9. Chiesa di Santa Maria della Clemenza e San Bernardo

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The church of Santa Maria della Clemenza e San Bernardo, more commonly known simply as the church of San Bernardo, is a Catholic parish church in the Italian city of Lodi, located a few kilometers south-east of the historic center, along the ancient Piacenza road.

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10. Museo civico

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The Civic Museum of Lodi was a civic museum located in Lodi, which was inaugurated in 1869 with the aim of collecting and preserving the archaeological finds from the territory of Lodi Vecchio and the paintings of the Lodigiana school and closed in January 2011.

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11. Basilica Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta

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Lodi Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Lodi, Lombardy, Italy. It is also a basilica minor. Dedicated to the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, it is the seat of the Bishop of Lodi. It is one of the largest churches in northern Italy.

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12. Chiesa della Beata Vergine Maria del Carmine

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The church of the Beata Vergine del Carmine, previously dedicated to San Salvatore and before that to Santa Elisabetta, is a Catholic church, formerly a parish church, located in the historic center of the Italian city of Lodi.

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13. Monumento alla Resistenza

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The monument to the Resistance is a monument of Lodi, located in Piazzale delle Medaglie d'Oro, in the central point of the Federico Barbarossa public gardens. It is dedicated to the partisan resistance during World War II.

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