Cathedral of San Lorenzo
The Gothic cathedral with façade in terracotta bricks was built between 1375 and 1380.
The inside is very rich in art masterpieces, including a painting of Madonna between the saints Rocco and Sebastiano, attributed to Gaudenzio Ferrari, and an altarpiece by Crespi, which depicts the crucifixion with the saints Ambrogio, Lorenzo and Maria Maddalena.
Abbey of Sant'Albino
The abbey was constructed in the area of the battle between Charlemagne’s army and the Lombard army guided by Kind Desiderius.
In the Middle Ages, the Abbey of Sant’Albini represented a mandatory spiritual stop for pilgrims heading to Rome.
The architectural style is the result of an original combination between Romanesque style, which is clearly visible in the apse, and the Renaissance style of the façade and the nave.
Sanctuary of Santa Maria del Campo
The façade recalls the lines of hall churches, which are typical of the Lomellina area.
The simple and yet fascinatingly elegant inside shows a fresco by Tommasino da Mortara, which depicts a Madonna of the milk and has been used as altarpiece of the main altar.