Lodi has a medioeval plant, starting with the remains of the Visconti castle built in 1370 next to the walls. The city center is represented by Victory Square, surrounded by characteristic arcades with the Cathedral, the oldest place of worship, and the Town Hall, until you get to the churches of San Francesco and San Lorenzo, dating back to the thirteenth century. The Sanctuary of the Incoronata is one of the most significant examples of Lombard Renaissance and has stucco and beautiful frescos made by the greatest artists of Lodi and Lombardy. The other main monuments worth mentioning are the former convents of Saint Christopher and San Domenico in Lodi, now headquarters of the province; while, the Visconti Castle remained only ruins. The Bridge of Lodi is fundamental importance for the city, because in addition to its unique architecture, connects the city with neighboring countries. In the rest of the province are advised to visit the many museums like those of Cavacurta, Cavenago d’Adda, Livraga, Mairago, Montanaso Lombardo, Sant’Angelo Lodigiano; to admire the magnificent villas and historic castles you can go to Borghetto Lodigiano and Lodi Sant’Angelo, with its castle of Visconti among the best preserved in Lombardy. A Codogno not to be missed are the paintings of the sixteenth-century Collegiate Church of St. Blaise and the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Caravaggio. While, in Lodi Vecchio there is the Basilica of San Bassiano the fourth century, in Romanesque style, with frescoes from the first half of ‘300.