Da Pendolasco tower

In Poggiridenti there is a massive tower with a late medieval square plan (end of the 14th-early 15th century). The structure initially had a defensive purpose, but later became a noble residence.

The exterior, in stone and mortar, appears solid and austere. Inside, recent restorations have brought to light two remarkable camerae pictae on the main floor, with interesting late sixteenth-century frescoes, characterized by profane protagonists such as putti, the emblem of the Sermondi family and caryatids.

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52, San Fedele Street - Poggiridenti
11 min. iby car from Sondrio, through Panoramica Street.

Opening time

On reservation

Not to be missed

Sixteenth-century camerae pictae

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