San Colombano al Lambro

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The roots of San Colombano al Lambro are to find in the remote prehistory, when primitive ancestors settled on the marshy valleys on the two sides of the river Po. The Gallic invasion of the Po Valley set a row of changes form the ethnic, historical and also geographical points of view. The mineral wells and the hills nearby are a beloved destination of many Milanesi in their leisure time. In the old town (Borgo) tourists can find here a theatre, two hotels, various trattorias and also barns and stables. Thank to its atmosphere, history, traditions, monuments and economy, “Borgo Insigne” has become a lively community with great future perspectives.

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