Italy: a handbook for travellersFirst Part (Nothern Italy) . Lura, with 5100 inhab., known in Italy for itsexcellent gingerbread (amaretti). — A quadruple avenue of planetrees leads W. from the station to the Santuario della BeataVbrgine, a celebrated pilgrimage-church, built at different timesbetween the end of the 15th and the end of the 17th cent., chiefly ina pompous baroque style. It contains a series of admirable *Frescoes. The paintings in the interior of the dome represent a concert ofangels, and are by Gaudenzio Ferrari. Round the drum are several woodenstatues by Andrea Fusina. The f
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