In the center of the Po River Valley, the Province of Lodi is farming area spotted with an entrancing exhibit of royal residences and religious asylums.
The softly clearing Lodi plain is impeded done with conduits and, everything considered, was incompletely confined by the floodwaters of the River Adda. It is rich with a sub-stratum of mud, used as a piece of close-by stoneware age.
The scene gloats ious secured areas and normal parks, prominently the Regional Park of the Southern Adda that straddles Lodi and Cremona.
The trademark vegetation is the poplar tree, while the perceiving features of the scene are wetlands and bogs involved by ious animal species.
The Natural Reserve of Monticchie is damp yet sprinkled with old processing plants and farmhouses; other verdant zones are the Boscone Farmstead and the Paradiso Fish Park.