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Fontana di Camerlata

Como's fountain, a mix of architecture and art

It was designed by architect Cesare Cattaneo and painter Mario Radice for Piazza Corsica in Camerlata. It was taken temporarily to Parco Sempione in Milan in 1936, on the occasion of VI Triennale. It was taken back to Como and put in pace years later, in 1962. It is a great harmony of circles and spheres.  

Info
Piazza Camerlata
More information:
Info-point Broletto, piazza Duomo (phone: +39 031 304137 - open everyday 10am to 6pm)

Hours
Always open

Admission
Free

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