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Castello Medievale, Castel Morrone

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  • I attempted a visit to Castle Lane during the "Dark Castle ... Chocolatiers at work "and I was deeply disappointed. First of all for the Organization; make you park the car down to the country (4.00 € parking fee) and invite you to climb up to the castle for a road named "walkway" that is almost a mule with a slope from Mountaineer (no shuttle service). Finally arrived at the castle entrance ticket is € 10.00 per person to get in. (In the Royal Palace of Caserta with 12.00 € make you see the Royal gardens, the Royal apartments and the English garden). As far as I'm concerned I'm never coming back to Lambert.
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  • The origins of the artifact are uncertain. It is likely that it dates from the Norman period. A second hypothesis dates the building to Roberto di Lauro, count of Caserta. A third hypothesis is that, in 849, Morrone had a fortified building and Norman hand has just magnified. Certain news of its existence document that in the second half of the 1200 la castellana Margherita De Tucziaco, cousin of King Charles I of Anjou, was hosted for a time in the Castle. It is also documented that in 1456 the building was seriously damaged by a terrible earthquake. Currently the old Castle are visible on the main tower, almost square, the few remains of the walls and finally some stone houses
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  • The medieval castle of Casertavecchia was impressive but, since it was closed for the public, I couldn't see what lies inside. I had to climb on the exterior wall in order to take a look inside. It is...  more »