Known as the country of greenery and flowers, the municipality of San Fiorano also contains some buildings of historical interest.
For instance, the church which was founded in 1502 and dedicated to San Floriano Martire, with its classic façade and rich decorations inside, with designs in white and gold stucco, in late Baroque style and the Lazzaretto, also called Mortorino, an ancient cloister that in 1700 was the cemetery of San Fiorano:
It has recently been restored to its former glory, in which eighteenth-century frescoes of the Via Crucis are preserved. Why not visit the fascinating remains of the ancient castle; the Pallavicino villa and some neo-Gothic buildings? (www.paesionline.it).
In addition to being framed by a splendid, evocative and natural landscape, the small Lombard town in which the farmhouse lies is also rich in history, art and culture.
Other places that are nearby and are easily accessible also have a lot to offer. In Casalpusterlengo, for example, a visit to the Civic Tower, which dominates the town and which takes its name from the Pusterla, founders of the village is well worth a visit.
Or take a look at the Parish Church of Santissimi Martino and Bartolomeo, dating back to the 17th century, where there is a painting by Panfilo Nuvolone (an Italian painter who was active in Lombardy and Emilia, and an interpreter of an outmoded style inspired by the Counter-Reformation).
Then in Codogno, in the central Piazza XX Settembre, stands the sixteenth-century parish of San Biagio, which has remarkable paintings inside and a Mannerist façade, constructed entirely in terracotta.