The ancient village of Castellazzo

The village is made up of a housing complex, farms and farm buildings with numerous courtyards: the Great Courtyard, the Blacksmith’s Courtyard, the New Courtyard and the New Houses, in the typical style of a traditional Lombard farm. Intellectual pleasure and investment in the land were important for the Arconati, who saw the Castellazzo complex as an outpost for overseeing the surrounding land.
The village is still made up of working agricultural complexes where calves are raised for veal, fodder crops are grown and where there are three families still farming today.