CASTELLO DI MONTORO, TERNI

The San Giovanni farm is located 5km away from the medieval town of Montoro. It has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and an outdoor patio of 200 sqm.The Castle is characterized by a squared sighting tower of remarkable size. On its summit a bell-ring tower was then added, in addition to[…]

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CASTELLO DI MURO LUCANO, MURO LUCANO (PZ)

Pianello, the original center of Muro Lucano, is set on a steep ridge below the castle to which is connected by a tortuous and narrow path. Its location and traditional residential grouping make it extremely suggestive.  The origin of the castle of Muro Lucano is uncertain, in the second half[…]

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CASTELLO DI PIOVERA, PIOVERA (AL)

Built on medieval foundations, in the XIV century the castle of Piovera was made by the Visconti of Milan as a mighty fortress. The castle was passed on to the Spanish, the French, from the Savoy to the Balbi; then it was finally purchased by count Niccolò Calvi di Bergolo,[…]

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CASTELLO DI PRALORMO, PRALORMO (TO)

The Castello di Pralormo has medieval origins but, over the centuries, it has been transformed into a nobiliar residency which has always been inhabited by the Beraudo di Pralormo family since 1680. The castle is located at around 30 km from Turin, close to the historic region of Langhe and[…]

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CASTELLO DI PROCENO, VITERBO

The majestic Castello di Proceno is found in far northern Lazio, between gently rolling hills and rocky crags in an oasis of peace and tranquillity. Originally a medieval fortress desired by the Pope to protect these border lands, the Castello maintains its original splendid pentagonal stone walls to this day.[…]

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CASTELLO DI ROCCA GRIMALDA (AL)

Placed in an overlooking point among the vast Valle dell’Orba and much sought-after for his highly strategic position, the castle was disputed between the commune of Alessandria, the Republic of Genoa and the Marquisate of Monferrato during all the middle ages. Its building has developed during the centuries around the[…]

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CASTELLO DI RONCADE, RONCADE (TV)

The Castello di Roncade is one of the most unique examples of living Renaissance architecture in Northern Italy. It is the only pre-Palladian villa to be surrounded by Medieval walls with crenellations and towers. The castle stands right in the heart of Roncade, a small town in the Veneto countryside[…]

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CASTELLO DI ROSSINO, CALOLZIOCORTE (LC)

The Castello di Rossino occupies a historically strategic position atop a promontory at the foot of Mount Resegone, overlooking the picturesque village of Rossino, Calolziocorte below that, and Val San Martino.Looking out on “that branch of Lake  Como, which turns toward the south”, made famous worldwide by  Alessandro Manzoni’s most renowned[…]

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CASTELLO DI SAN FABIANO, MONTERONI D’ARBIA (SI)

The Castello di San Fabiano is situated in the evocative region of Crete Senesi, just 12 kilometers south of Siena. It takes the form of a small village, comprised of a 12th-century tower, aristocratic villa, agricultural structures and a church built in 867 AD dedicated to St. Fabian, the pope[…]

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CASTELLO DI SUSANS, MAJANO (UD)

The Castello di Susans was built in the shape and architectural structure chosen in 1636 by Count Fabrizio di Colloredo, who was raised and educated in Tuscany at the court of Ferdinand I. The Count decided to build a beautiful Medici-type residence upon previous medieval ruins. This “Tuscan villa” was[…]

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