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EN - Revere è un nucleo di probabile origine Etrusca posto lungo l’argine del Po. Il Palazzo Ducale, risalente alla seconda metà del Quattrocento, nasce dalla trasformazione dell’antica roccaforte voluta dal Marchese Ludovico II Gonzaga su progetto dell’architetto Luca Fancelli. La torre della fortezza, del 1125, è merlata alla guelfa e dotata di cella campanaria.

Revere

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  • The truffle
    Food

    Borgofranco sul Po is the only municipality in Lombardia to be part of the National Truffle City Association. Since 1995, every October a truffle fair is held: Tuberfood. Moreover a special conference on truffles is held, as well as a Literary Contest, and 2 local fairs in Bonizzo (the 2nd weekend in October) and in Borgofranco (the 1st weekend of September).

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  • Boschina Island
    Outdoor

    Isola Boschina is in a pretty sheltered point of the lower course of Po river, just downstream one of its narrowest parts, between Ostiglia and Revere. According to some archive documents, it was likely formed in mid XVII century.

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  • San Biagio oratory
    Outdoor

    It is located in the hamlet of Zello and is the oldest worship building of Revere. Its walls are covered by late 15th century frescoes.

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  • Po river Museum and the ship mill
    Museums Etnography

    Revere Museum collects some fragments of this world: work tools, fishing nets, harpoons, fish traps, models of tugboats, river shuttle, water mills (major protagonists of everyday life in the nineteenth century), a ferry that, last in a row of 13 boats - the first of which was anchored to the bottom - connected the shores with a pendulum motion given by the current: you only had to act on the big rudder. There are also exhibited embalmed birds and other animals, gorgeous geographic maps of various ages, images of bridges, men carrying boats along the shore, acetylen lamps for surveillance during the floods, tariffs for passing onto the other bank in 1874: two cents for a calf, one penny for a pig. They are small pieces of an immense unfinished jigsaw, that help us though to learn a bit about the history of the great river and its people.

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  • Revere ducal palace
    Outdoor

    Palazzo Ducale dates back to the second half of the 14th century and was born from the transformation of the ancient fortress, wanted by the Marquis Ludovico II Gonzaga on the project of the architect Luca Fancelli,. The fortress tower, 1125, is crenellated “alla guelfa” and equipped with a bell cell.

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  • Blessed Virgin Mary Annunciation Carmelite Church
    Outdoor

    The baroque church was built in 1750 on the remains of a former church whose bell tower still stands.

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