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Rocca di Brisighella, Brisighella

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  • On a sunny Sunday we decided to visit the small and cozy village of Brisighella. The fortress that dominates the town from one of three small chalky Hills is a destination not to be missed. It is not a particularly impressive building but appears quite well preserved with its two towers, a complete and the other remained in the Middle, and the walls that encircle embraced almost suffocating. from the stands and from the highest Tower you can enjoy the panorama of the Valley of the river Lamone meandering shining and you see just over the houses of the village. The promenade leading from the fortress to the country through a path surrounded by greenery is an enjoyable walk but, if you wish, you can even get to stroll, a second peak on which stands the clock tower that still marks the hours of this sleepy village.
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  • It stands on one of the three pinnacles "chalky" which dominate the village. One could also arrive on foot but when we drove up to the parking lot under its walls we realized it would be a "blow". The complex of this fortress is made up of the so-called "Venetian Tower" (sec. XVI) and the ancient "Torricino", which dates back to 1300, built at the behest of the family Manfredi of Faenza. Under the Venetian is further expanded, and equipped with the impressive circular tower. Retaken by papal troops in the first decade of the 1500, aside from the brief Napoleonic period, remained under the control of the church until 1860, year of the annexation to the Kingdom of Italy. Definitely worthy of being reached (with the car) if only to admire the spectacular scenery below.
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  • After the walk to climb the rock, you are greeted at the entrance, the narrator of Dionigi Naldi. And the same voice, full and Romagna, accompanies us during your visit to the towers, sometimes unexpected. Very interesting movie about Lapis Specularis, transparent or chalk, used in the past instead of glass. Curious and really enjoyable.
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