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Castello del Monferrato, Casale Monferrato
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  • The castle of Casale, which is completing its restoration, is fortunately open on holidays thanks to exhibitions organized by municipality or other associations. It is a place where a thousand years of history have passed. From its terraces you can enjoy the view of the Po and the Alps and the other on the center of the city to the Duomo. When we visit (December 3) is open on the second floor of the castle the exhibition of watercolors and drawings from the book "Monferrato hills and rice paddies" by Lorenzo Dotti, Boreal issues, women can be visited for free until Sunday, January 15, all Saturdays and Sundays from 10 to 13 and from 15 to 19. Alone represents a route in places known and unknown territory, under watercolor workshops. "Mosaic-voices and colours of Ravasenga", end of year art exhibit open to the members of the circle casalese, is open to Castle long sleeve (Cour d'honneur, abch ' it alone is worth a visit), until 11 December. Hours: Saturdays, Sundays and holidays 10/13-15/19. On the ground floor (check timetable) is open regional wine. The hope is to regular openings with guided tour, with tickets.
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  • We visited the Museum x a chance. Cute mini Museum, but we thought we could visit the Castle and externally may promise good, however ... what a disappointment. How can deface a are made more modern parts 1300 Castle? A mess. Thank goodness you do not pay the entrance
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  • The Italy is a country that could be completely self-sufficient, both energetically and economically. Alternative energy from Sun, wind and sea, earnings from tourism, agriculture food and wine, green technology. The most important Ministry should be to tourism, followed by Environment, agriculture and territory. There are countless sites, castles, villages, churches, museums, palaces; Yet there are actually like that of Casale Monferrato or Abbiategrasso that would slam into the reality of a country that is asleep on its laurels, too full of too much story and too glorious past. Therefore, it is normal to be confronted with a very unique Castle into a State of neglect. A whole wing abandoned to itself, the surrounding drab, dreary and poorly cared for, no informational cartel. The vacuum ... The few restorations facts speak of a pittata of paint on a structure that only experts could tell how color is under cm splayed out with ignorant superficiality. It's like, to restore a tower of Castello Sforzesco in Milan, I went heavy mortar and painting. "Must be nice! It is smooth and clean! " ... "Yes, but the vintage brick? And the fascination of watching them as they used to be? ". Here's what's on the Castle of Casale Monferrato: all italic insouciance toward a past that is only used to swell, while the reality of those triumphs is silently and meanly abandoned to itself. Poor, very poor. P.s. I sotterranei can't keep them closed on Sundays!!
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