The Dolceacqua Bridge is one of the most popular landmarks in Italy and its name is due to the reality that the renowned painting was made by Claude Monet, the French Impressionist. It was made at "Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusets, in 1884 and the initial drawing is. It is Dolceacqua's most typical component. In the 15th century the bridge was constructed to link the ancient portion of the village to the newer section located in front of the river. The bridge is a route into the ancient town.
Although the medieval settlement is rather tiny, many religious structures are to be visited, including San Bernardino church, renowned for its mediterranean frescoes. There are also the Church of Sant'Agostino, home to certain antiquated sculptures and the Sacred College, which is full of pieces of art.
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