TASSO Remains of the Tasso family house, founders of the European postal service. The Cornello has linked its name to that of the ancient Tasso family that is best known only for giving birth to the two great writers Bernardo Tasso and his son Torquato Tasso, author of the Gerusalemme Liberata, but which in reality can be considered a of the first European multinational companies, since it held for centuries the monopoly of the postal service between the German Empire and the other European states. In the wall there is a plaque that recalls the family and the conservation work of the ruins., Cornello dei Tasso (Bergamo), XIII century

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title: RUINS OF THE TASSO'S HOUSE

subject date: 2007-07-30

caption: TASSO Remains of the Tasso family house, founders of the European postal service. The Cornello has linked its name to that of the ancient Tasso family that is best known only for giving birth to the two great writers Bernardo Tasso and his son Torquato Tasso, author of the Gerusalemme Liberata, but which in reality can be considered a of the first European multinational companies, since it held for centuries the monopoly of the postal service between the German Empire and the other European states. In the wall there is a plaque that recalls the family and the conservation work of the ruins., Cornello dei Tasso (Bergamo), XIII century

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