Cadenabbia

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Cadenabbia as seen from across the lake.

Cadenabbia (Cadenabbia di Griante) is a small community in Lombardy, Italy, in the province of Como, on the west shore of Lake Como. The community is part of the comune of Griante, situated about 15 miles by steamer from the town of Como, between the communities of Menaggio and Tremezzo.

Cadenabbia is a favorite spring and autumn resort, owing to the great beauty of the scenery and of the vegetation, and its sheltered situation. It also serves as a health resort and a holiday place for travellers. A favoured travel destination of the British since the 19th century, it is the site of one of the first Anglican churches built in Italy (1891).

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  1. ^ Shelley, Mary (1996). Travel Writing. London: Pickering. pp. 107–128. ISBN 1-85196-084-8. 
  2. ^ "Cadenabbia di Griante, villa Margherita Ricordi". Lombardia Beni Culturali. Retrieved 2 March 2016. 

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Coordinates: 45°59′26″N 9°14′11″E / 45.99056°N 9.23639°E / 45.99056; 9.23639