The Lord of the Lake is located in Varenna on Lake Como. The submerged statue is located on the lecchese coast between Mandello and Bellano, 5 meters deep.
The Cross Christ is admirable by the walk thanks to iWaveOcean technology that has enabled it to be lit up permanently. The cross and the base are granite while the Christ is in bronze.
The Lord of the Lake, thanks to the Blue Nature Association, was held on July 12, 1998 during the Lake Party, which recalled the Barbarossa attack on the island of Comacina. The allied comasks with the Barbarossa landed on the Comacina island sowing destruction and forcing the inhabitants to escape.
Varenna hosted the islanders who quickly escaped and saw their city burn, so it was called Insula Nova. During the reenactment of this event in Varenne, it is also possible to attend the annual fireworks show that illuminates the waters of Lake Como just like a real naval battle.
On a promontory at the mouth of the Esino stream, between Mandello and Bellano, on the lush coast of Lecce lies Varenna. The town, with settlements dating back to Iron Age. Starting point to visit the main resorts of the center of the Lario, Varenna has tight constraints that blend away from the church square and lead to the lake.
In the heart of the village is the church of San Giorgio, a three-nave basilica dating back to the 14th century which preserves works of the late four hundred, fifteenth century and 12th-century furnishings. Villa Monastery, originally a convent of nuns and then a patrician home, is now a museum house.
Also worthy of note are the Villa Cipressi, an old mansion with terraced gardens and a botanical path; the Fiumelatte, a white foamy river flowing only from March to September.