A view of the town and the bridge over the Comano

Dicomano, due to its central location has always been a meeting place for the exchange with strong ties with Romagna.

The historical centre is lined with elegant homes and beautiful arched loggias supported by square columns. The neoclassic Oratorio di San Onofrio, erected in 1796, includes a loggia with square sandstone columns supporting a triangular pediment with reliefs on the side of which we find two angels.

The Pieve di Santa Maria, overlooking the town of Dicomano, has almost completely maintained the original Romanesque structure and inside holds traces of frescoes from the Giotto school (XIV century) and also numerous paintings from the 16th and 17th century Florentine school.


The Dicomano territory is rich in archeology. A visit to the archeological site of Frascole, situated above the Dicomano hills, is truly amazing and the site full of mystery. The mystery of the Mugello Etruscans can be, in part, unveiled in the Museo Archeologico Comprensoriale del Mugello e della Val di Sieve situated in Palazzo Comunale di Dicomano.

Dicomano, like other towns in Mugello, is surrounded by hills and mountains that are an invitation to nature lovers who want to spend some time walking, cycling and horseback riding.


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