Among the 16th- and 17th-century paintings are included a Saint Anthony meeting Ezzelino III da Romano by il Malosso, St.
The church was built between 1280 and the early 14th century, on the site a small church of the Minor Friars dedicated to St. The construction was commissioned by the Lodi bishop Bongiovanni Fissiraga.
In 1527 it was assigned to the Reformed Franciscan Order of St.
The wide interior is on the Latin cross plan, divided into a nave and two aisles with four spans each; there are also side chapels.
The nave and the aisles are cross-vaulted, separated by ogival arches supported by large brickwork columns.
About Lodi Wine Lodi is known as the "Zinfandel Capital of the World" because our local vines produce about 40 percent of the premium Zinfandel in California.
With old growth vines dating back to the late 1800s, and wine-making traditions dating back generations, today Lodi is home to more than 80 wineries.
The place has gained significance, especially due to its fantastic wine production activity.
1) The Lodi Spring Wine Festival: The Lodi Spring Wine Festival is held in late March and early April at the Lodi Festival Grounds.
Later on, Lodi became incorporated in 1906 and has known a significant development ever since becoming a major center of wine production.
A recent estimate shows that there are more than 68,500 people in this area.
San Francesco is a church in Lodi, Lombardy, northern Italy, dating to the late 13th century.