Unesco Sites

The region with the most UNESCO Sites, Lombardy boasts prehistoric, religious, industrial, and architectural wonders. The Trenino Rosso and violin craftsmanship also make the list

NUMBER
10 + 1
FIRST DESIGNATION
1979
PREHISTORIC
3
MEDIEVAL
1
RELIGIOUS
2
CREATIVE CITIES
1

Places

Piazza del Foro

  • Art & Culture
Piazza del Foro

Bernina Rezia Rhaetian Train

  • Unesco Sites
Trenino Rosso del Bernina

Sacro Monte di Ossuccio

One of the nine pre-alpine Sacred Mountains, UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a privileged place for reflection and spirituality
  • Unesco Sites
Sacro Monte di Ossuccio, Churches of Como

Santa Giulia Museum

An area of 14 000m2, 11 000 finds, from Prehistory to 800. Since 2011, the Santa Giulia Museum in Brescia is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Unesco Sites
Santa Giulia Museum

The Last Supper

The Last Supper is the masterpiece of Leonardo da Vinci. A Unesco Heritage site along the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan
  • Unesco Sites
The Last Supper

Venetian Walls Bergamo

Venetian Walls of Bergamo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site from 2017, extend for over 6 kilometers, with a varying height
  • Unesco Sites
Venetian Walls Bergamo

Cities of Mantua and Sabbioneta

  • Unesco Sites
Cities of Mantua and Sabbioneta

Violin Craftmanship Cremona

  • Unesco Sites
Violin Craftmanship Cremona

Rock Carvings National Park

The Rock Carvings National Park, in Valle Camonica, is the first of the Unesco Sites in Lombardy to be labelled as World Heritage in 1979
  • Unesco Sites
Rock Carvings National Park

Crespi d'Adda Workers Village

  • Unesco Sites
Crespi d'Adda Workers Village