Region: Piemonte Province: Verbano-Cusio-Ossola

Buy a house in Cannobio
Property Listings & Investiment opportunities in Cannobio and Verbano-Cusio-Ossola province

Best wines from Cannobio and Piemonte region
A wine list for your dinner Piemonte style

Traditional food from Cannobio
best delicacies of Piemonte as in granpa’s time

Cannobio Distance Calculator
How far are you from Cannobio?

Recipes from Piemonte (something you can’t miss)

Old pictures of Cannobio
Old images from long time ago

coat of arms

Your trip to Cannobio
Visit Piemonte, Verbano-Cusio-Ossola and Cannobio!

Surnames & genealogy Build your family tree and find family in Cannobio

Cannobio’s souvenirs shop Gifts from Italy

Cannobio and Verbano-Cusio-Ossola in the World!
Where are today the families emigrated from Verbano-Cusio-Ossola Province?

Cannobio today Pictures from your town and Verbano-Cusio-Ossola province

A virtual visit to Cannobio If you can’t come to Cannobio, stroll all around with the map street view!

Piemonte on newsstands News about your Italian Region

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One Message to “Cannobio”
  1. Angela Coles says:

    My Grandmother Maria Allioli was born in Cannobio on 27th November 1890.
    She talks about working in the silk mills as a young girl and feeding the silk worms etc…I can find no reference to these Mills and would love to know more about the history of the area.

    Maria lived in Traffiume and was brought up by her grandmother Angela Arizzoli. Her father was Guiseppe Mario Allioli and was born in Traffiume 1865. I know nothing of Maria’s mother, but believe she may be Maria Cerutti from Falmenta, who have either died in or soon after Maria’s birth or possibly emigrated to U.S.A in 1891 with others from Traffiume and Falmenta.
    I visited Cannobio and Traffiume in 2015, but then, unfortunately didn’t know about the possible connection with Falmenta.
    My husband and I plan to visit Cannobio again this autumn to find out more. It appears that Falmenta is not easily accessible so any advice you could give regarding access would be very helpful.
    Thanking you in advance, Angela Maria Coles.

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