CASALE DI MONTETOSTO, CERVETERI (RM)

The Pallavicini Estate in Cerveteri, also called the Montetosto Estate, extends for roughly 544 hectares from the sea to the foot of the eponymous mountain, where a promising new vineyard is dedicated to the production of fine red wines. The rocky and austere landscape, buffeted by the seaside winds, is[…]

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CASALE SANT’EUSEBIO, ROME

Casale S. Eusebio is located approximately one kilometer south of the thirteenth kilometer of Via Tiburtina. It is placed on a tufaceous spur about forty meters above sea level overlooking a bend of the Aniene river, in a dominant position with respect to the surrounding area, and its high tower[…]

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CASCINA CASTELLO, CORTETANO (CR)

Cascina Castello is located in Cortetano, approximately 10 km from Cremona. Its structure with a close courtyard is typical of Lombard farms. In the XI century the area hosted Benedictine Monks and a castle. It is assumed that Cascina Castello has been built on this site, even though it does[…]

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CASCINA SESMONES, CORNEGLIANO LAUDENSE (LO)

The name Sesmones goes back to ancient times, a mystery: an ancient legend tells of the presence of six monks, hence the name of the hotel (Ses Mones).The property, immersed in the countryside of Lodi, dates back to 1400, although some sources even handed down a foundation in 1200. Today the hotel Sesmones[…]

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CASTELLARE DI SARRI, RAPOLANO TERME (SI)

The Castellare di Sarri is a tiny medieval town owned by the Fatini del Grande family and composed of the House Tower, an independent farmhouse, a third building and in the middle a 11th-century church. With big interior spaces, a garden and a park, entirely surrounded by massive walls, it[…]

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CASTELLO DAL POZZO, OLEGGIO CASTELLO (NO)

Popular amongst European aristocrats in the nineteenth century, this region has never lost its romantic charm. Castello Dal Pozzo’s style reflects the elegance of the neo-Gothic period, catapulting guests into a timeless atmosphere that combines the blue of the lake with lush natural surroundings. The romantic eighteenth-century castle was originally[…]

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CASTELLO DEL CALCIONE, LUCIGNANO (AR)

Il Castello del Calcione, costruito nel X secolo, è una tenuta privata di 2.400 ettari situata nelle colline di Val di Chiana, tra Toscana e Umbria, una bellissima regione piena di alberi secolari, ulivi e vigneti. Il villaggio più vicino, Lucignano, è un gioiello quasi sconosciuto.Il paesaggio è costellato di case[…]

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CASTELLO DELLA MANTA, MANTA (CN)

The castle of courtly love in the land of Saluzzo. An enchanting castle silhouetted against the backdrop of the Cuneo Alps, first inhabited by Valerano, the Lord of the Marquisate of Saluzzo. Among the medieval era interiors, the salon stands out. A baronial setting where one of the most awe-inspiring[…]

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CASTELLO DI BARBERINO, BARBERINO DI MUGELLO (FI)

The Castello di Barberino was initially built in the 12th century as a military garrison to protect the main route of access to Florence for those coming from Bologna and the northern hills. During the centuries it was destroyed and rebuilt several times before acquiring its actual structure. It stands[…]

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CASTELLO DI BELVEGLIO, BELVEGLIO (AT)

The Belveglio Castle is located in the province of Asti, in a place originally called Malamorte. It was built between the XI and XII century. Now people mostly refer to the Castle as the “Castle of Concerts”, thanks to the commitment of the current owner Marlaena Kessick (flute player, orchestra[…]

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