Lasnigo, Lombardy, Italy
Sant'Alessanodro on peninsula
between Como and Lecco (Link 1.)
"On the road that goes to Bellagio, outside the village of Lasnigo, stands the Romanesque church devoted to S. Alessandro, that you can reach following a way flanked by the little chapels of the Via Crucis. The church was built in the XII century and partially rebuilt in 1400. Interesting are the Romanesque bell-tower and the inside frescoes by Gerolamo Gorla and Andrea De Passeri dating back to the XVI and XVII centuries." (Link 1.)
Memorials in front of Sant'Agostino (Link 2.)
- "Sant'Agostino, built by the Cistercians in the early 14th century, heavily renovated in the 20th. The interior and adjoining cloister have 15th–17th century frescoes, but most of the decoration is Baroque." (Link 3.) Road to Sant' Allesandro Top and Bottom Photos: Taken on Easter Sunday 2016 by RW while living and working in Basel Switzerland.
Link 2: http://www.panoramio.com/photo/127749515
Link 3: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Como