Among the most interesting archaeological sites of northern Italy to the Early Middle Ages …
Lake Como’s only island, Isola Comacina boasts history, art and nature.
You can reach the island on boats that leave from the village of Ossuccio, where is the Antiquarium Museum, near which you can visit the Romanesque church of St. Mary Magdalene that has a famous Gothic tower.
The island, as well as being renowned for archaeological finds which make it an archaeological site of national importance, is also known for the presence of three cottages for artists, in rationalist style that give to the island a art’s home .
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