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Naviglio Pavese

Naviglio Pavese

The Naviglio Pavese was designed as a navigable canal linking Milan with Pavia; it draws water from the Darsena di Porta Ticinese dock in Milan and flows into the River Ticino in Pavia (in what is known as the “Confluent area”) following the route of the old ‘postal road’. It is 33.1 km long and approximately 10.8 m wide on the bottom and 11.8 m on the surface. Although it flows alongside the old ‘Navigliaccio’, it combined the functions of navigation with that of transport.

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Year of birth: 1359

Length: 33.1 km

Land irrigated: 8,000 ha

Start: Darsena dock in Milan

End: Pavia (Ticino)

 

Comuni

Beni Monumentali

Church of San Giovanni Battista
Church of San Giovanni Battista Robecco sul Naviglio
Ticino bridge
Ticino bridge Turbigo
Church of San Biagio
Church of San Biagio Buccinasco
Castello Visconteo
Castello Visconteo
Abbey of Santa Maria Nascente
Abbey of Santa Maria Nascente Morimondo
Church of San Desiderio
Church of San Desiderio Assago
Cascina Villa Borromeo
Cascina Villa Borromeo Assago
Church of Santi Giovanni Battista e Stefano Protomartire
Church of Santi Giovanni Battista e Stefano Protomartire Binasco
Cascina Villa Salterio
Cascina Villa Salterio Zibido San Giacomo
Cascina Santa Marta
Cascina Santa Marta Zibido San Giacomo
Church of San Martino Vescovo
Church of San Martino Vescovo Borgarello
Cascina Colombina
Cascina Colombina Borgarello
Palazzina Pusterla Busca Pozzi known as “Ca’ Granda”  (Big House)
Palazzina Pusterla Busca Pozzi known as “Ca’ Granda” (Big House) Zibido San Giacomo
Sanctuary of the Beata Vergine Maria Madre delle Grazie (the Charterhouse)
Sanctuary of the Beata Vergine Maria Madre delle Grazie (the Charterhouse) Certosa di Pavia
Palazzo Pallavicino
Palazzo Pallavicino Vellezzo Bellini
Castello Visconteo
Castello Visconteo Rozzano
Conchetta
Conchetta Milano
Ponte Coperto covered bridge on the River Ticino
Ponte Coperto covered bridge on the River Ticino Pavia
Duomo Cathedral
Duomo Cathedral
Palazzo Mezzabarba
Palazzo Mezzabarba Pavia