Eremo di Ronzano was originally a female hermitage when it was built in 1140. In 1475, it was rebuilt by the Domenicans. In the 19th Century, it became the home of the Gozzadini. It was often host to those illustrious people who enjoyed staying there for a long time, out of which one of them was called Carducci. The Church and convent of Ronzano were later converted into a college and Church of the Servants of Maria. The interiors were decorated with frescoes by Bolognese and Lombard artists in the 16th Century. The Eremo has recently been restructured in order to become a welcoming center for pilgrims on their way to Bologna. It is an enchanting place, where it is possible to restore your body and pacify your spirit.
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