The village is pleasantly situated at the base of St. Agata, surrounded by terraced hillsides.
Its origins are very old. Recently traces of settlements which cover a time span of at least 7,000 years from the Neolithic age till the 13th century have been found around the area named "Castello".
Famous citizens of Tremona were the painter, Antonio Rinaldi, and the sculptor, Enrico Mariotti, but a certain Giuseppe Rusconi is also remembered; he was a professor at the Academy in Rome, where he worked between the 17th and 18th centuries.
Parish Church of Our Lady of the Assumption (17th c.).
Church of St. Agata (Romanesque).
Family house of the Rinaldis (ancient).
Riva family house.
Pollini family house with 17th c. portals.
Short hike to the hill of St. Agata (scenic viewpoint).
Walk to Meride and on to Serpiano.
Special points of interest:
“Grotti” near the village.
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