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Castle of the Unnamed: 45.815264, 9.426589
Viscontea Tower: 45.854284, 9.389598
Vallo delle Mura: 45.856293, 9.392152
Viscontea isle: 45.847217, 9.394544
Castle of Vezio: 46.010685, 9.286682
Castle of Rezzonico: 46.070492, 9.277503
Tower of Maggiana: 45.916553, 9.330999
Castle of Corenno Plinio: 46.090010, 9.310951
Forte of Fuentes: 46.147454, 9.403085
Montecchio Nord Fort: 46.143571, 9.381108

Map of castles and forts in Lecco

Castle of Vezio, residence of Queen Teodolinda during her last life years, stands out against Varenna and overlooks Lake Como dividing into tow branches.

The castle of Rezzonico, built in the 13th century, overlooks lake Como and it was an important fortification. It’s the sign of the fortified village.

Built in early 1600 the Forte of Fuentes represents a military fortress placed in Colico, mentioned also in The Betrothed by Alessandro Manzoni.

Forte Montecchio Nord in Colico is the best preserved First World War fortress in Europe. Cultural heritage and symbol of the Cadorna Line.

The castle of the Unnamed (Castello dell’Innominato) in Somasca Vercurago among The Betrothed of Manzoni, history and wonderful landscapes on Lake Como.

Torre di Maggiana, also called tower of Frederick Redbeard, in the upper district of Mandello del Lario, is a medieval tower with great views on Lake Como.

The castle of Corenno Plinio, district of Dervio, has a centuries-old history and nowadays it’s one of the best preserved castles in Lombardy

Viscontea Tower is one of the old rests of the fortified village and it is still visible in Lecco. Walk in Lecco downtown and discover it!

Visible traces of the fortified village of Lecco.