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The history

Before becoming the Canonica of the San Siro Church, the sevenhundredth building was the house where Bartolomeo Bona was born on October 4th 1793. Politician, minister of Public Works and also senator of Regno di Sardegna, he was an art, science and architecture lover, and he contributed to the modernization of Nizza Monferrato’s infrastructures. He has always been attached to that town that has decided to dedicate him both a street with his name and a statue located in Guglielmo Marconi Square.


The rooms

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La Canonica Resort

Seven different apartments, born thanks to a careful restoration that has brought back to life original furniture that belonged to the old Canonica of Nizza Monferrato and has reinvented them while preserving the charm that the passage of time has given them.

All independents, fully equiped with kitchen and private bathrooms, Canonica Resort ‘s apartments are the ideal solution for those who want a getaway full of indipendence, comfort and absolute relax!

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Monferrato Unesco heritage

A sweet landscape full of hills as far as the eyes can see, rich of vineyards and woods, marvellous architechtures that are the best Piedmontese Barocco’s expression and also with a variety of wine cellars and restaurants where you can taste local wines and food.

This is Monferrato, one of the most fascinating area in Piedmont, which has recently been recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Site together with the nearby Langhe and Roero.

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