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Crespi D’Adda

Crespi d’Adda is the best kept workers’ village in Europe. Founded by Cristoforo Crespi in 1877 next to his textile industry, from 1995 it is Unesco site,

The worker village
of Crespi d’Adda

The worker village Crespi d’Adda is located in Capriate San Gervasio, Bergamo, on an area of 85 hectares. Include in the list of the heritage of humanity, the houses for the blue collars the church, the school, the cemetery, the little hospital, the Dopolavoro, the power plan and the villa-castle owned by the family Crespi are in a perfect state of conservation.

An ideal
town on
the river
Adda

Crespi d’Adda UNESCO SITE

In 1995 Crespi d’Adda became member of the worldwide heritage list as "example of the phenomenon of the worker villages, the best kept and the most complete in Europe".
It is the most important example of worker village in Italy. Projected as a little ideal town, the worker village Crespi d’Adda joins the utility to the beauty, the job with the free time, the effort, to the welfare

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