The street in the village of Parlasco are an open air museum where it’s possible to trace the story of the novel written by A. Balbiani , and set in the seventeenth century. The name itself of the village would be linked to Lasco : the legend tells about Sigifredo Falsandri , count of Marmor , who at day used to be a beloved benefactor for his generosity the those in need , while at night used to be a bandit grappling with crimes an robberies.
For informations about visits contact the Centro Unico Prenotazioni of Montagne Lago di Como.
Photos by Stefano Zalaffi.
Discover also Taceno Frescoes.