In the 11th century, Lomello became the residence of the Palatine Counts to whom the reconstruction of the previous Lombard castle can be traced, which is next to the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore and was destroyed in 1155.
Alla scoperta del territorio
Lomellina, castle of Lomello
Arte, storia e cultura
Tempo libero e itinerari
Alla scoperta del territorio
I comuni paesi

Exploring the Area
Pavia | Pavese

Ponte Coperto Bridge
Church of San Michele Maggiore
Church of San Teodoro
The Regisole Statue
Cathedral of Pavia
Piazza della Vittoria
The Broletto
The Medieval Towers
Crypt of Sant’Eusebio
Church of Santa Maria del Carmine
Church of San Pietro in Ciel d’Oro
The Visconteo Castle
The Mezzabarba Building
San Francesco Church
The University
Ghislieri College
Borromeo College
Cairoli College
The Fraschini Theatre

The Certosa of Pavia

Exploring the Area
Voghera | Oltrepò

The Duomo
The Visconteo Castle
Church of Santi Ilario e Giorgio

Castle of Oramala
Castle of Nazzano
Castle of Cigognola
Castle of Montalto Pavese
Castle of Montesegale
Castle of Zavattarello


Exploring the Area
Vigevano | Lomellina

Piazza Ducale
The Castle
The Cathedral

Castle of Scaldasole
Castle of Lomello
Castle of Cozzo
Castle of Sartirana
Castle of Frascarolo

Lomellina, castello di Lomello
In 1450 the Castle was reconstructed by Antonio Crivelli (invested by the lordship over that land of Francesco Sforza), which together with his successors, gave it its current appearance. It is currently used as the town hall for Lomello. The castle comprises the avant-corps in the form of a tower which is accessed via a stone bridge, and a second tower which looks more like a manor house than an actual fortress.
Piazza Ducale di Vigevano