Die «Via Francigena» ist einer der 3 christlichen Pilgerwege des Mittelalters, dessen Hauptachse von Canterbury in England nach Rom führt. Diese Dokumentation gibt vorerst den meistbegangenen Abschnitt von Lausanne nach Rom wieder.
Cassio - Cavazzola - Castellonchio - Cä Dal Bräss - Monte Marino - Case di Monte Marino - Berceto - La Cambrina - Fonte San Moderanno - Il Tugo - Felgara - Ostello Cisa
Bereto is the only major village during this day. The cathedral there is consacrated to holy Moderammus. He was a bishop from Rennes who was on a pilgrimage to Rome in 718 passing through this area. After his pilgrimage, he built a monastastery in Berceto and became its first abbot. Dear pilgrim, what are your plans after having reached Rome?
The «Via Francigena» is one of the 3 main christian pilgrimage trails of the Middle Ages, the main axis leading from Canterbury to Rome. This documentation currently covers the most frequented section from Lausanne to Rome.