Villa Gnecchi Ruscone
The villa is an example of eighteenth century Lombard architecture, built as of the seventeenth century. It includes several buildings located around a U-shaped courtyard, outlined by two symmetrical double storey buildings that lead to a wrought iron gateway held by pilasters with lion statues.
The villa is arranged over two floors with a portico of three Tuscan style support columns. On each side are the cabins with their corresponding courtyards, a chapel, the carriage houses and stables.
The interior houses several rooms with panelled ceilings with roof painting, the stairway, a neoclassical room with roof paintings, the chapel and sacristy entirely covered by frescoes.
Behind the villa extends an L shaped garden, the green-house and the swimming pool.
It is private property and can only be viewed from the outside. The courtyard and the park are open on special occasions for guided tours for small groups belonging to Associations with an interest in culture, history or architecture and for scholars.