CRESPI D’ADDA – Unesco World Heritage
Discover the perfect 19th century Workers' Village
Crespi is the name of a family of cotton manufacturers from Lombardy. This family realized an “ideal workers’ village” nearby their factory, along the Adda river.
The UNESCO Committee for the World Heritage entered Crespi d’Adda in the World Heritage List in 1995, as an “extraordinary example of the phenomenon of the worker’s villages, the most complete and best preserved of south Europe.”
Guided visits are available on Sunday and on public holidays from March to November:
Departure: at 3:30 pm from “Crespi Cultura office”
Duration: 2 hours
Price per person: € 6.00 (children up to 10 are free)
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