Bergamo, Italy


 Bergamo is a city in Lombardy, Italy, about 25 miles northeast of Milan. In 49 BC, it became a Roman municipality. It was destroyed by Attila in the 5th century.

Città Alta (Upper City) is surrounded by Venetian walls. Città Bassa (Lower City) is connected to the Upper City by funicular and roads.

 Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore (left)
 Probably, Moses leading Israelites in the Red Sea, a painting in the church.
Cappella Colleoni in Piazza del Duomo, built in 1476 to house the tombe of Bergamo's famous political leader, Bartolomeo Colleoni.
 Il Palazzo della Ragione (in Piazza Vecchia). While Accademia Carrara's building is being restored, a selection of the gallery's most important works are shown in Palazzo della Ragione.
 A map (including Korea, Japan and China) in Truss Room of Palazzo della Ragione
 A guard permitted one picture of the Last Supper by Allesandro Allori, 1582. There are a few different versions of Allori's Last Supper.
the lower city