In the green scenery of the hills of Bergamo in the Fontana / Sombreno area, in a well-kept and recently redeveloped context, a terraced house, surrounded by greenery. Living room with garden, livable kitchen with large patio, 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms (one with tub and one with shower), tavern, hobby room and garage. Attic with electrical system and heater where it is possible to obtain another environment. Climate control. Well distributed spaces! Stunning view! A few minutes from the Dalmine-Villa d'Almè state road. Trade-ins are evaluated! In the backdrop of the green hills of Bergamo, terraced house, with 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms, basement, garden and garage. Habitable kitchen with outdoor patio. Optimized space! Very nice view! A few minutes from the road Villa d'Almè-Dalmine. Do not miss it! Bergamo is an Italian town of 119 381 inhabitants, the capital of the homonymous province in Lombardy and the fourth most populous center in the region after Milan, Brescia and Monza. The city and its hinterland have 483 214 inhabitants, spread over an area of 341.33 km². The town of Bergamo is divided into two distinct parts: the "Upper City", surrounded by walls and located at a higher altitude, and the "Lower City", which - although it is also of ancient origin and retains its historical nuclei - it has been partially made more modern by some urbanization interventions. Bergamo is also nicknamed "the city of the Thousand" due to the large number of volunteers from Bergamo - about 180 - who took part in the expedition of the Thousand led by Giuseppe Garibaldi, a crucial episode of the Risorgimento. The main waterway of the city is the Morla stream which flows with a sinusoidal course and for long stretches buried under roads and parking lots, following the imposing overbuilding work to which the city was subjected in the second half of the 20th century. century. Among its tributaries there is the Tremana, also almost totally canalized, which arises from the Maresana and swells with water only occasionally after heavy rains. In addition, the city is crossed longitudinally by a system of canals that carry the waters of the river Serio for irrigation purposes and, once upon a time, to operate mills and spinning wheels. Among the main ones are the Roggia Serio Grande and the Morlana, but noteworthy are also the Guidana and the derivatives from the two main ones such as the Nuova canal, the Curna, the Ponte Perduto, the Vescovadella and the Colleonesca. The Canto Alto is the first mountain of the Bergamasque Prealps that rises close to the city; it is located in the territory of Sorisole, and was a safe haven for the population during the world wars. The old city also rests on a system of hills, an extreme offshoot of the Orobie pre-Alps themselves before the plain. The seismic classification of the city is zone 3 (low seismicity).--4e9c6d8fb4dfad75441e2315da0193b8!
Selvino - Very hard to find! Lovely holiday piled housing. In a quiet area not far from the center single house in the mountain style. Large living area with stone fireplace, living room and dining room, kitchen, hallway, bedroom and bathroom. Exposed beams. Large private garden. double garage. Even rental ransom! Selvino (Selvi in ??Bergamo dialect) is an Italian town of 2,021 inhabitants in the province of Bergamo in Lombardy. place on the plateau overlooking the Val Seriana, is about 22 kilometers north-east of the ordinary orobico. Il capital is part of Mountain Community of Valle Seriana. Territorio Il settlement of Selvino it is on a plateau between the 920 and 950 meters above sea level which, bordered by mountains Perello, Podona, Poieto and Purito, is placed on the watershed between the val Seriana and val Brembana. In fact, despite being geographically and historically is considered part of the Val Seriana, half of its territory lies impluvium of Serina valley, tributary of the val Brembana. I its administrative boundaries are given to North with the underlying Rigosa and Northwest with Sambusita, both fractions of Algua; to the northeast with Aviatico, placed at a height slightly above, which forms the plateau area, while to the east with Ama, a small fraction of Aviatico. In the South-East are the slopes of Mount Purito to divide administratively by Albino, near the village of Pia Luera, while to the south it is bordered by Nembro little more above the town of San Vito Trevasco, part thereof. Finally, to the west it is Mount Podona to delimit it from the village of Salmezza, also territorial jurisdiction of Nembro. Per regards hydrography, not many rivers that run through the municipal area. It is mostly small streams that collect excess water from the surrounding mountains, and then develop into Seriano valley. Among the principal are the Cantor, which develops on the side of Serina Valley and empties nell'Ambriola, and Albina, which instead falls to the Seriana Valley and flows into the river Serio at Albino. Per what concerns the internal road, the main road artery is the SP36 to do with winding halls Nembro, overcoming the difference in height of about 700 meters that separates the two countries, through the town and reaches up to Aviatico. It intersects the SP28 linking Selvino Rigosa Ambriola and then referring back to the road of Val Brembana. An important role in individual transport is given by Albino Selvino-cableway, designed in 1954 and opened in 1958 on the eve of the tourist boom of the Bergamo valleys, it connects in few minutes the two locations.
Valle Brembana - Sedrina - Botta di sedrina: In a splendid dominant position, with an enchanting view over the valley, a large rustic building on three levels, partially restored with land of approx. 15,000 square meters The block is structured as follows: on the ground floor, independent barn, tavern, bathroom and kitchen. First and second floor openspeace with a balcony per level, attic / attic on the third floor. There is an internal staircase that connects each floor, but each can be made independent. Large open space outside the building. The cottage is served by electricity and drinking water. To reach the building you have to walk a footpath of a few tens of meters. Possibility to build a driveway. The Brembana Valley is located in the province of Bergamo. It is crossed by the Brembo river from which the Valley takes its name. The name Valle Brembana appeared for the first time in a parchment dated December 28, 1000. The origins of the town are not entirely clear, although it seems that small settlements were already present in Roman times. In this regard it seems that even the toponym dates back to this period, deriving from Sedulina, a diminutive of the seat. However, the settlements never developed consistently, given the very isolated position of the village, connected only to the inhabited centers downstream. through narrow paths, due to a "narrowing" of the valley itself just south of the town. The easiest roads only led north, towards Zogno and its hamlets, or on the orographic right of the valley, from where Clanezzo and Brembilla could be reached by bridges suspended over the Brembo river, already mentioned in documents dating back to the 2nd century. However, this isolation defended the village during the barbarian invasions and factional battles between the Guelphs and the Ghibellines. In medieval times it was included in the territories managed by the Bishop of Bergamo, and joined administratively to Almè, from which it separated during the fourteenth century to form the municipality of Sedrina and Stabello with the homonymous village located further north (now linked to Zogno ) . The arrival of the Republic of Venice marked a turning point in the existence of the town: the Serenissima decided to build a street, Via Priula, which directly connected the city of Bergamo with the Brembana valley via Sedrina. Completed in 1593, this very bold work took away from the commercial isolation Sedrina and the neighboring countries thanks to an intervention, called the keys of the Botta, which allowed to overcome the natural obstacles located in the hamlet Botta. Second Bergamo scholars, including Bortolo Belotti, the keys consisted of a series of arches resting on the rock wall and fixed to it by means of chains, on which the road passed.--cd7afd39c33056e3bc9ede6d882dd105!
Brembana Valley - Zogno - Central: in a sunny position, large three-room apartment to be arranged. The solution is divided into entrance, living room, bathroom, separate livable kitchen, double bedroom and large balcony. A large cellar completes the solution. possibility of box. Zogno, a small economic and administrative capital of the Brembana Valley, is also the most populated valley town. Located about 18 km from the city of Bergamo in front of a plateau surrounded by the Brembo river. Before entering the town coming from the plain, we find on the left the "Caves of Wonders" real attraction with caves carpeted with stalactites and stalagmites. The historic center of Zogno is well maintained with its narrow alleys and squares there are ancient buildings and workshops. To visit is undoubtedly the "Museum of the Valley" where objects that bear witness to the evolution of the civilization of the Valley over the centuries are kept. Zogno also gave birth to characters of considerable thickness such as the great dialect poet Pietro Ruggeri da Stabello and the honorable Bortolo Belotti distinguished historian, his is the monumental History of Bergamo and the Bergamaschi. To see in Zogno also the parish church of San Lorenzo full of paintings of great value. Also noteworthy is the Convent of Romacolo (XVth Century). Renowned in Zogno is also the culinary aspect with restaurants and trattorias that serve local dishes of the Bergamo tradition. The festival of the village of Zogno takes place in August (San Lorenzo). The village of Zogno, the main center of the lower valley, active in the textile industry, was already known in the 17th century for the processing of rag paper. To the left of the main road, still today along the river, in addition to textures from the early 1900s, there are some loggias buildings once used to dry paper; while the religious civil center of the town is to the right of the state road, on the hilly slope. History The area where the town stands was inhabited since prehistoric times as evidenced by the finds found in a local cave, called "Büsa dell'Andrea ". There are documents dating back to the end of the 12th century that testify to the existence of Zogno as a rural municipality: in the history of Zogno and some neighboring lands of Bortolo Belotti we read that a parchment from the Astino monastery from 1220 mentions Giovanni Geze as "Consul" of Zogno. Zogno became an important center under the domination of Venice. In past centuries, the population was mainly employed in agriculture, cattle breeding and pastoralism, although there was no lack of crafts related to the spinning of wool, linen and cloth weaving. In the hamlet of Poscante on 18 December 1773 , the famous brigand Vincenzo Pacchiana was born, an Italian Robin Hood who stole from the rich, and gave to the poor, named by his contemporaries: king of the road, king of the mountain. During the 19th century the paper and cement industries took hold.
Val Serina - Rigosa: in a recently built complex, furnished terraced house with exclusive outdoor area. The solution is on two levels and is composed as follows: on the ground floor living room with kitchenette and wood-burning fireplace, dressing room, bathroom and private outdoor area with barbecue area. On the upper floor there is a large open space used as a double bedroom. Climate control. Complete the solution of the car parking space. The Municipality of Algua groups part of the old centers of the Valle Serina Inferiore. The most significant traces of the past can be read especially in the parish churches of Pagliaro and Frerola (on the right bank of the Serina torrent) and of Sambusita and Rigosa, placed on the opposite side from which the Ambriola torrent descends. For artistic merit and for the discreet state of conservation emerge among all the fifteenth-century frescoes of the ancient presbytery of Pagliaro, which in the new orthogonal arrangement of the church is now the chapel of the baptismal front. The sanctuary of Perello recalls the apparition of the Madonna to a local farmer, who persuaded his other villagers to build the sanctuary by exhibiting the blossoming of an olive shoot on a dry beech branch as a miraculous sign of vision. In the recent natural history of Algua we remember the formation of a small lake due to the damming of the Serina stream due to a landslide that in 1896 had also interrupted the road. Over time, the basin was buried into a humid area useful for the repopulation of amphibians. History According to recent studies, the etymological origin of the name would seem to derive from water, an element of which the area is very rich, given that in the territory there are countless springs and small streams. Another version concerning the origin of the toponym could be traced back to the existence of a ford on the Serina stream. The ford would then have been abbreviated to Algua. The origins of the town seem to date back to the first century BC, at the time of Roman domination, when the entire Serina valley was reunited under the town hall of Bergamo. Some remains of the village of Pagliaro remain from this period. However, there are not many documents that attest to events or parts of the history of these places, at least until the Middle Ages. In fact, many trifles date back to this time among the inhabitants of the various neighboring villages, mainly due to parochial issues, nothing to do with the clashes between Guelphs and Ghibellines that took place in other towns in the Bergamo area. And it is precisely this tranquility that has marked the life of the inhabitants of these areas, which have always been linked to the rhythms of nature. In recent times we must remember a natural event, with disastrous consequences, which occurred in the year 1888. A landslide struck the inhabited center of Truchel, sowing death and destruction. However, this event led to the obstruction of the course of the Serina stream, which formed a small lake, which still exists.--781ea87c2f00f921cbb5fd17a495e6da!
Brembana Valley - Piazza Brembana: in a quiet area surrounded by greenery, a large three-room duplex apartment located in a renovated former colony. The solution is divided as follows: on the second floor of the condominium living room with kitchenette and wood-burning fireplace, bathroom with balcony and double bedroom. Upstairs large open space room with second bathroom. Climate control. Private condominium park. The name of Piazza Brembana seems to derive etymologically from "piano" (square) and from the name of a pre-Roman language that takes "brembo" in the meaning of the root "brem" that is "resound". The same name given to the Brembo river seems to have this origin, in the sense that its waters, with the torrential course, as they say "echoed" chatter in the valley. Even Piazza (as the center was originally called) had an economy linked to pastoralism and agriculture, lending the flat area to be particularly cultivated with potatoes and grains. The art of ironworking was also quite widespread and historians recall how in the Valley locality there was a "melting furnace" of this metal, owned by the FERRAREZZA family originally from Lenna, well known throughout the Valley. The junction of the roads that go up the main branches of Brembo, Piazza was the seat of the administrative Vicariate of the Upper Brembana Valley which included the municipalities beyond the Goggia. It is currently the headquarters of the Brembana Valley Mountain Community and hosts an important weekly market which is a regular appointment for the area's livestock operators. It is within these periodic meetings that the idea of reinforcing the suffering of the mountain economy has developed, qualifying the best characteristics of the products with origin marks, as today happens successfully especially for the dairy products that are able to secure stable and promising market shares. The relational vocation of Piazza Brembana has spread widely also because the town, by diverting the traffic that is purely passing outside, offers a civil and inviting urban space, almost familiar in the friendly atmosphere that favors the walk and the rubbish along the avenue of the most elegant shops. History The ancient age The first human settlements date back to the 2nd century BC when the Romans included the country, together with the neighboring villages, in a pagus called pagus brembanus. The new colonizers exploited mineral resources (mainly iron) present in the surrounding mountains, and created numerous ways of connection with the nearby pagus Saturnius (located in Val Seriana), also with a flourishing mining activity. The Middle Ages This activity meant that the whole area also prospered during the Middle Ages, when the village was affected by a growing demographic development due to improved living conditions, but also to the immigration of numerous groups fleeing the fratricidal struggles between Guelphs and Ghibellines.--408e64c5b91af9938467cc854ffa3bf1!