Curcio

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For the Italian former leader of the Red Brigades, see Renato Curcio. For the Italian pianist and teacher, see Maria Curcio. For the former criminal, now speaker, see Anthony Curcio. For the 17th century industrialist Juan Curcio, see Jean Curtius.
Curcio
Frazione
Country  Italy
Region Lombardy
Province Province of Lecco
Comune Colico
Demonym(s)
Time zone CET (UTC+1)
 • Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
Postal code 23823
Dialing code 0341
Patron saint Holy Guardian Angels
Saint day 2 October

Curcio is a frazione of the comune of Colico, Lombardy, northern Italt.

The name Curcio is first mentioned in a slab dated 1585, which can still be seen as a part of the public washing fountain of the town. The first church was built in 1842 and dedicated to Holy Guardian Angels; a new church was built in 1946-1957.

Sources[edit]

  • Giovanni Del Tredici, Elena Fattarelli, Colico e il Monte Legnone – Sentieri e Storia, CAI Colico, 2007

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Coordinates: 46°08′02″N 9°23′59″E / 46.1340°N 9.3998°E / 46.1340; 9.3998