Tag: Manzonian places
Pescarenico: fishing hamlet which has kept intact its charm over time.
From 1840 to date The Betrothed are a timeless novel that brought Lecco in the world.
Summer residence and inspiration source for Manzoni to write The Betrothed. Villa Manzoni now is a house museum.
Alessandro Manzoni and The Betrothed set in Lecco, where he was usual to spent his summer holidays at Villa Manzoni.
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.