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Via Pulciano Gaino
Via Sanico
USEO
Cartiere Maderno
Valle delle Cartiere Toscolano Maderno
ECOMUSEO
Maderno
Valle delle Cartiere
Toscolano Maderno
Valle delle Cartiere Toscolano Maderno
ECOMUSEO
Valle delle Cartiere
Toscolano Maderno
Valle delle Cartiere Toscolano Maderno
Valle delle Cartiere Toscolano Maderno
Via Piazzuole
Via L
Via Trento
Via Vigole
Via Sant Ambrogio
Via Oriolo
Via Sanico
Via Gal
Via Solino
Via Galvani
Via Miralago
Via Fontane
Via Montemaderno
Via Belvedere
Via Miralago
Via Vincenzo Bellini
Via Vigole
Via Carlo Setti
Via Paganini
Via Vitali
Via Cavour
Via Tito Speri
Via Montemaderno
Via Fontane
Via Gaetano Donizzetti
Via Grotten Stina
Via Vincenzo Bellini
Via Religione
Via Montana
Via Antonio Vivaldi
Via Benamati
Via Oriolo
Via San Pietro
Via Giuseppe Verdi
Via San Bartolomeo
Via Promontorio
Via Montemaderno
Via Panoramica
Viale Ugo Foscolo
Via Statale Maderno
Via Religione
Via Benamati
Via Antonio Rosmini
Via Moretto
Via Gabriele D’Annunzio
Via Serafino Gnutti
Via Aquilani
ontemaderno
Via Settembrini
Via Giovanni Pascoli
Via Roma
Viale Ugo Foscolo
Via Giacomo Leopardi
Lungolago Giuseppe Zanardelli
Via Vincenzo Gioberti
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Itinerary 1
The ancient Maderno’s village
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Country-town entrance
from “pruniolo” (Brognöl -local slang language-), a wild-prickly shrub produ- cing edible little fruits. Our journey starts from the point where, once passed the fortified-door, we could climb up to the country-town heart, crossing the only existing road at the time, which today’s name is Aquilani street (already royal road, “del Portone” or “dell’Arco”), All
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11 12Bulgheroni’s palace,
Those who came to Maderno from Gar- done Riviera before 1899, which was the year of the main road’s construc- tion, (that had already been “royal road), must go along a narrow mule-track that skirted the beaches as well as the lake which was barred since Medieval times, in the hill-coast-tract that from Bornico climbed up to Mariane di Montema- derno, by the “Brognolo”, a complex defensive system which was given a drawbridge, already quoted in some Medieval documents and writings. That was the place used for executions; in fact, the existence of a gallows is pro- ved in 1506. It is probable that, as time passed, the old fortress maintained this function only, because military opera- tions disappeared during the whole XVII and the following century. In the 1700s, the “Brognolo”,now abandoned, often became a refuge for vagabonds and bandits. The name Brognolo derives
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Benamati’s palace,
St. Bartholomew’s ancient country-town, 11Quadrellata’s palace, 16Gonzaga’s Serraglio, Aquilani Street.
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Itinerary
Itinerary start: 1Parking
in Roma Square, Roma Street, 2ancient lavatory, 3Bianchi’s country-house, 4Zanardelli’s statue, ex- town hall, 5St. Mark’s column,
6St. Andrew’s cathedral, 7bell-tower, 8Giuseppina Cobelli’s birthplace, 9main church, 10St. Herculaneum’s
statue,
Gonzaga’s palace,
Via Dante Alighieri
Lungolago Giuseppe Zanardelli
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