Causethemildclimatethatfavoredthearboreal development,theLariowasinhabitedsinceveryearly times.ItwaswiththeRomancolonization,culminatinginthe foundationofComo,thathavegivenimportancetothelake fortheterritoriesdefenseasawayofconnectingtothe lands beyond the Alps.Inthesameperiodthelakefamebegantoincreasewithits sidesanditshouses.Thelakeacquiredinternationalfamein theeighteenthandnineteenthcenturies,withthetriumphof the"villacivilization"before,andwiththedevelopmentof elite tourism, then.Domaso(Dumas,inlaghéedialect),isaComo’sprovince town with 1.468 inhabitants. ProbablyofRomanorigin,Domasowas,duringtheMiddle Ages,asimportantasGravedona,withwhichwasoftenin conflictforpoliticalfactors,beingincontrastwithComo,or religious,wantingtoobtainautonomyfromPlebanaofSt. Vincent. Themunicipalityconsistsofanoldtown,onthelake,and two fractions, Pozzolo and Gaggio. Theancientvillagehasaninterestingbuildingstratification inside an urban structure, with narrow streets. Anotherinterestingfeatureisthehousesdecorationalong theancientViaRegina,whicharedecoratedwithfrescoes, stoneportalsandcoatsofarms:thisconfirmtheroad importancefromthecommercialpointofview,aprivileged way to connect the lake to the Switzerland. Somehousesalongthenarrowstreetshaveaninteresting interiordecorationssuchasinasidestreetofVia Miscaslano,whereinexnumber122,youcanstillseesacred andprofanefrescoessubjects.Alongthelakearelinedupa lotofvillas,includingtheeighteenth-centuryVillaCamilla, alreadySebregondiandthentheBritishHillnowhousesthe Town Hall.
Cause the mild climate that favored the arboreal development, the Lario was inhabited since very early times.It was with the Roman colonization, culminating in the foundation of Como, that have given importance to the lake for the territories defense as a way of connecting to the lands beyond the Alps.In the same period the lake fame began to increase with its sides and its houses.The lake acquired international fame in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, with the triumph of the "villa civilization" before, and with the development of elite tourism, then.Domaso (Dumas, in laghée dialect), is a Como’s province town with 1.468 inhabitants. Probably of Roman origin, Domaso was, during the Middle Ages, as important as Gravedona, with which was often in conflict for political factors, being in contrast with Como, or religious, wanting to obtain autonomy from Plebana of St. Vincent. The municipality consists of an old town, on the lake, and two fractions, Pozzolo and Gaggio. The ancient village has an interesting building stratification inside an urban structure, with narrow streets. Another interesting feature is the houses decoration along the ancient Via Regina, which are decorated with frescoes, stone portals and coats of arms: this confirm the road importance from the commercial point of view, a privileged way to connect the lake to the Switzerland. Some houses along the narrow streets have an interesting interior decorations such as in a side street of Via Miscaslano, where in ex number 122, you can still see sacred and profane frescoes subjects. Along the lake are lined up a lot of villas, including the eighteenth-century Villa Camilla, already Sebregondi and then the British Hill now houses the Town Hall.