Casazza is a municipality in the Province of Bergamo in the Italian region Lombardy with 4030 inhabitants ( 31 December 2012).
Casazza is located 20 km northeast of the provincial capital of Bergamo and 70 km northeast of the city of Milan.
Documents dating from the ninth century prove the existence of the Church Mologno, which had jurisdiction over the Val Cavallina.
The name Place name Mologno, on hilly terrain, the origins of the community dar. Only through the merger of the municipalities Mologno and Molini di Colognola in 1927 the municipality Casazza emerged in its present form. Already in 1797 there was a merger of the two places, but held them only a few decades.
In Casazza there are many legacies of the Middle Ages. So there is, inter alia, Castello dei Suardi including adjoining tower.
The parish church in honor of San Lorenzo was built around 1700 on the ruins of a former place of worship, which still bears the name San Lorenzo Vecchio. Inside the church you can also look at a number of works by local artists.