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Colico (Colic in lariano-colichese) is a city in Lombardy. Located between the two Montecchios, at the border of the provinces of Lecco, Como and Sondrio, it's Lake Como's fifth largest town by population with 7,809 inhabitants. The town is well-known for the famous Piona Abbey, a sublime architectural complex of the first Romanesque. Colico is also cited by the illustrious writer Alessandro Manzoni, as the first place hit by the plague. Furthermore, it is well-know with others for its monuments like Fort Montecchio and Fort Fuentes. The town recently played host to the famous musical event Musica sull'Acqua (Music on the Water).




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