Seregno is a town and comune of the new Province of Monza and Brianza in the Italian region of Lombardy. Its population number is around 43.163 inhabitants, making it the second city of the Province after Monza. Seregno received the honorary title of city with a presidential decree on January 26, 1979.
The city is located in the upper part of the Lombard plain, 10 km from Monza and only 20 km from Milan, capital of the Region. The current infrastructure system, with two longitudinal bisecting roads and a thick mesh of provincial and municipal roads and railways make Seregno also very close to all the major attractions of the area such as the lake districts, the Alps, the cities of Como, Lecco, Bergamo and Varese.
The mother church of Seregno is the Basilica Romana Minore, Collegiata, Prepositurale di San Giuseppe.
Monuments and Historical Buildings
- Landriani Caponaghi Palace – seat of the city Major
- Odescalchi Villa
- The Barbarossa Tower