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Imbersago Imbersago is situated on the Adda River and borders the following municipalities: Calco, Merate, Robbiate, Villa d'Adda.
Imbersago Imbersago is a "comune" (municipality) in the Province of Lecco in the Italian region Lombardy, located in the Brianza traditional area about northeast of Milan and about south of Lecco.
San Paolo, Imbersago San Paolo is a small Roman Catholic church in Imbersago, province of Lecco, region of Lombardy, Italy.
San Paolo, Imbersago The Ladriani family donated some of the artworks in the interior, including the main altarpiece depicting a "Maestà of the Virgin and Child with a choir of Angelic Musicians, St Ambrosius, St Eustorgius, and the Donor, Marsilio Landriani", attributed to either Camillo and Giulio Cesare Procaccini or Carlo Francesco Nuvolone. Other paintings depict nine apostles, an "Adoration by the Shepherds" and a "Via Crucis".
San Paolo, Imbersago A church at the site was likely present by 10th century, perhaps associated the Frankish knights, that occupied the town about that time. The structure has undergone numerous reconstructions, including the present Neoclassical façade. The church has a single nave with façade to the east, and apse in the west: the typical geographic layout of Romanesque churches. The tympanum of the façade has a fading inscription the states Marsilio Landriani, 16th-century lords of the territory were associated with the church.
Santi Marcellino e Pietro, Imbersago Santi Marcellino e Pietro is a Neoclassical-style, Roman Catholic church in Imbersago, province of Lecco, region of Lombardy, Italy.
Santi Marcellino e Pietro, Imbersago A church at the site was likely present by the 12th or 13th centuries. However, a map from 1721 shows the church with attached cloisters. In 1789, Luigi Canonica, putatively pupil of Giuseppe Piermarini, was commissioned to enlarge the church, and create a new facade.
Santi Marcellino e Pietro, Imbersago The church has a single nave. The presbytery is separated from the rest of the nave by a marble balustrade. The main altar, in white marble, was designed and sculpted by Alessandro Verdi. The organ was built by the Serassi family.
Santuario della Madonna del Bosco, Imbersago The sanctuary can be accessed via the Scala Santa with 392 steps. Most are linear steps until the end with a scenic sweep of two arms. At the top is a modern bronze statue of Pope John XXIII by Enrico Manfrini. Below the belvedere, is a crypt with a stucco depiction of the founding miracle.
Santuario della Madonna del Bosco, Imbersago The Sanctuary of the Madonna del Bosco (Our Lady of the Forest) is a Roman Catholic sanctuary church outside of Imbersago, province of Lecco, region of Lombardy, Italy.