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Redona in late 2016

Redona, 45°42′39″N 9°41′50″E / 45.71083°N 9.69722°E / 45.71083; 9.69722, is a quarter of the Italian city of Bergamo in Lombardy. Until 1927, when it was annexed to the city, Redona was an independent municipality (Italian: comune). The higher elevations of land in Redona, on the shoulder of the Maresana hill, are covered with chestnut trees. Redona, which had a population of approximately 5000 in 2007, borders the municipalities of Torre Boldone and Gorle.[1]


  1. ^ Una storia per immagini. Redona 1887-1980 di Bravi Giulio O. - Marcassoli Silvano