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Natural Park of Adda Sud: photo description (Parco Regionale Adda Sud)

Natural Park of Adda Sud" stretches along the lower course of the river Adda, between Rivolta d'adda in the North and Castelnuovo Bocca d'adda in the South in the Italian region of Lombardy. On the territory of the Park is surrounded by cultivated fields, woods and poplar groves, wetlands and floodplain lakes, which are remarkable for their avifauna. In particular, the towns of Adda Morta and Surbala known as a major nesting site of herons. The vegetation of the Park is represented by poplars, white acacia, mulberry trees, sericulture remained from the 19th-century plane trees, Chinese ash, but also oak trees, willows, elms and maples. Lesopromishlenniki, Sony Yilan city.

Special attention is given to the historical and architectural heritage "Adda Sud". In the Park there are several medieval monasteries, as well as many farm estates, typical of the region of Lodi - Crema - Cremona. Often near farmsteads built chapels, some of which have survived to the present day. Finally, there are also ancient castles, such as Castello Borromeo, built in the 15th century on the ruins of a more ancient fortifications. In front of a brick building rises a tower, which is separated from the complex courtyard. Another noteworthy structure is the fortress Maccastorna, which was founded in 1250, the year of the bloody strife between Guelphs and Ghibellines. On the left Bank of the Adda river, stands the beautiful Church of the Abbey of Abbadia Cerreto, and in the town Rosate, in the territory of the farmstead you can see the oratory of San Biagio, with a beautiful crucifix and ancient fresco. Also worth a visit is the Madonna della Costa, built in 1872 year, the place of the ancient Church, and Villa Stanga with Grotta d'adda.