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The history of Lodi is bound to the destruction of the ancient roman city Laus Pompieia in 1111. In April 1158 the city was destroyed again by the army of the Milan State. The beating heart of the old town is the squared Piazza della Vittoria. On its four sides you can admire important monuments which date back until the Middle Age.

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Milan
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Certosa di Pavia
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Lodi Vecchio
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