Alessandro Manzoni (1785-1873) was an italian poet and novelist and rapresents the creator of modern italian standard.
He is famous for the novel 'The Betrohed' (in italian 'I promessi sposi')(1827).
This book is mandatory in italian's school.
In the house where the writer spent his childhood and adolescence, is now set on the ground floor, the museum which preserves relics of the poet's personal belongings and documents relating to the editions of his works. The second floor houses the municipal gallery, which includes about 400 paintings and 2.000 prints and engravings from the sixteenth to the twentieth century
Adress: Via Don Guanella, 1
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