A spectacular photography of Lecco taken by Manzoni with abundance of information.
Lecco in the seventeenth century was a fortified village with its own castle.This is the scene in which The Betrothed by Alessandro Manzoni takes place.
Lecco: fortified village with its castle and town walls. From the Visconti family rule to the Spanish domination it was a strategic fort.
Don Abbondio and Bravi: a meeting that determines the beginning of the love story of The Betrothed.
The priest Don Abbondio crowns Renzo and Lucia love in his church.
Acquate and Olate are the districts in which Lucia’s traditional and alleged house is.
The palace of Don Rodrigo, dominating the whole town of Lecco, is located on the Zucco in Olate.
Pescarenico: fishing hamlet which has kept intact its charm over time.
In the district of Pescarenico is the convent of Fra Cristoforo, crucial figure of The Betrothed.