About Loggia dei Militi

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The Loggia dei Militi (Italian: "Soldiers' Loggia") is a historical building in Cremona, northern Italy. As reported by an inscription on its façade, it was built in 1292.

The Loggia was the seat of assemblies for the local "Società dei Militi". It is constituted by two rectangular rooms. Under the portico is the coat of arms of Cremona, moved here from the Margherita Gate when the latter was demolished in 1910.

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9, Cremona, CR, LOM, Italia, 26100

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