As soon as his leg was recovered, he made a trip to Bergamo.
He had come directly from Bergamo, where he had passed two days.
A kind of minor painting is believed to have been introduced at this epoch, by a priest called Evaristo Baschenis, from Bergamo.
A poor copy of this work is at Dresden, a better one at Bergamo.
It was not until 1842 that this most precious masterpiece of Antonio Amadeo's skill was transferred to Bergamo.
When I was cur of Bergamo, they stopped me one night on the Lecco road.
The evening after the first representation of his opera he set out on his return to Bergamo.
I say, let it be Bergamo; or be it Brescia, if you like; or Venice: she is ready.
Bartolommeo Colleoni was born in 1400, at Bergamo, of fighting stock, and his early years were stained with blood.
Bartolomeo Buono of Bergamo was one of the greatest architects of his time.