The small village of Lasnigo stands on the slopes of Monte Oriolo, at the center of the Lariano Triangle. Of ancient origin, it seems that it was originally called Asuicus, or “village of Asso”. It was home to a Roman presbytery, as evidenced by some tombs from the second century found in the ancient part of the town. It features two cobbled towers and remnants of medieval times, while on the top is the splendid Romanesque church of Saint Alessandro, now a national monument.
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