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Almenno San Bartolomeo
The village, at the beginning of the Imagna Valley,offers beautiful itineraries through Romanesque architecture and nature.
The village, at the beginning of the Imagna Valley, not far from Bergamo and one hour from Milan, is located in the plain, among meadows and woods, in the Park of the Romanesque, formerly called "Lemine".
Almenno San Bartolomeo offers a beautiful itinerary with suggestive glimpses: elements of Romanesque architecture, to be discovered by walking, by bicycle or with guided tours.
The Rotonda of San Tomè, a jewel of the Lombard Romanesque. It is a very rare church with a circular plan, built between 1130 and 1150 and made up of three superimposed cylinders.
The Tino Sana woodworking Museum, dedicated to the working of wood, with collections dedicated to rural life, to the art of puppeteers and to the history of cycling.
The Museum is opened to schools and houses a library-meeting room and classrooms for the design school and for the working of wood. The eighteenth-century Parish Church, with works by Giovanni Battista Moroni and Bartolomeo Vivarini.
The Parietti furnace Museum, a nineteenth-century factory and a demonstration of the ancient local production.