Codogno is a town in the region of Lombardy in northern Italy.

It was originally a Roman town, then called "Cothoneum," around 20 AD. The city was first mentioned in history, however, in 997.

Today, Codogno is best known as a train station stop, as well as for its historic downtown area and architecture.

People Born in Codogno

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Codogno in People's Lives

Napoleon Bonaparte: I won a brief skirmish here in 1796, and sent enemy forces fleeing over the Adda River.

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