OP - Viaggiare nell’Oglio Po
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Religious tourism
  Religious tourism

Oglio Po is the land where Christian tradition is intertwined with traces of the Jewish communities that flourished in the days of the Gonzagas. From churches just outside the small villages, with frescoes of the fifteenth century or medieval mosaics, where Vespasiano Gonzaga and Parmigianino lie; or surprising synagogues as in Sabbioneta and Viadana.

Sanctuary of San Fortunato
Sanctuary of San Fortunato
The Sanctuary of San Fortunato martyr dates back to 1638. The body of the saint to whom the... Leggi

Dosolo - Parish church of St. Agatha
St. Agatha Parish Church
The St. Agatha Parish Church (1723) in Villastrada contains an impressive cycle of frescoes by the... Leggi

Casalromano - Sanctuary of Malongola
Malongola Sanctuary
The Sanctuary of Malongola, set in the small hamlet of Fontanella, is one of the eleven jubilee... Leggi

Viadana - Buzzoletto Pacifico Inzoli
Pacifico Inzoli 1979 op. 20
The organ in the Parish Church of the Holy Spirit in Buzzoletto di Viadana (Mantua) was built by... Leggi

Synagogue and Jewish cemetery in Bozzolo
Synagogue and Jewish cemetery in Bozzolo
A small Jewish cemetery can be visited, outside the walls in Bozzolo, which contains 26 headstones,... Leggi

The Synagogue of Rivarolo Mantovano
This place of prayer, now abandoned but still in good condition, is located in the Piazza Giuseppe... Leggi

The Synagogue of Sabbioneta
The building encompassing the synagogue integrates seamlessly with the character of the city. It... Leggi