Losone is a municipality in Locarno district in Cantonment of Ticino in Switzerland. Pete Boggs of Arcegno, Rock Shelter of Quarigo and rock carving in Sopstone and Ganeses confirm that Looson is home to the Neolithic period. In 1934 and again in 1970-73, the tombs were found between the first and the fourth century. In the 6th century there are also signs of use ahead of the grave yard. The modern municipality of Lausanne was first mentioned in the form of Loxono in 1061, although it is 1402 copies of the original. In 1200 it was mentioned as de losnano.
During the Middle Ages, settlement or Borgo was included; The so-called Basa Lauson, Arsgano and until 1807, Vosa Emersonotal It formed a Vicinza in the parish of Locarno and it had its own methods and laws. In 1734, the status of an independent Vicenza was confirmed. In the basins of Bosco / Gurin, Onsaronon and Wagezo, Looson had the right to alpine pastures. The people paid a tithe on vineyards and grains to the nobles of the countryside. In 1799, Lauson opposed the helvetic authorities who wanted to make a political municipality. Even after becoming a political municipality in 1803, Vicenza played an important political and economic role.