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A 'Broletto' is a medieval meeting hall of Lombardian cities. It can be encountered in various places of that province, but maybe the most famous till now is the 'Broletto' of the city of Como. A rectangular building with arches, open to all sides and...More
The Broletto was the original church before the Duomo, and it was crudely cut off to make room for the new, more important Duomo, and left as a storage facility for may years. Now appreciated for both the historical significance and natural beauty, the upper...More
A splendid construction in italian style, venetian architecture with many wonderful arcades. this nice building is nested near the cathedrale; times ago the Municipality of Como was installed here, nowaday there are other offices. In the evening the Broletto
building and the cathedral are nice...More
The Broletto is located just next to the cathedral.
It dates back to medieval times, when it was used as the municipality of Como.
Its most striking feature are the ancient arches, which have been lovingly restored to their original look, from several centuries ago.
Building boasts a Gothic façade with polychrome marble from the quarries of Lake Como, flanked by ca ivic tower made of rusticated stone. The building was erected in 1215. If you walk by stop for a while and have a look at it, if it...More
Location of Il Broletto, right next to Il Duomo, is remarkable because at the time both were built, Church and State were more likely rivals than co-operative neighbors. The tower is very well-preserved and there is an adjacent open cloistered area, with some enclosed rooms...More