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Castello dell'Aquila, Gragnola

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  • Thanks Gabriela for a fanstastic tour! The castle is absolutely beautiful and full of history, it is renovated but the essence remains.  more »
  • Yes, the drive up to the castle is narrow, and in spots unpaved, but it's a hilltop castle. We were rewarded for the drive with a one hour plus private tour of an amazing structure. This has been a 'l...  more »
  • An historical castle restored with incredible care and love. From the highest point you can enjoy one mindblowing view of the region.  more »
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  • The castle of L'Aquila is in Lunigiana: it is an imposing structure on a hill that dominates the medieval village of Gragnola, situated at the confluence of the Aulella streams and shiny. The Castle, like many other of the Lunigiana area, is out to control the traffic of people and goods that turned into the surrounding valleys: still today the castle with a look you can have almost any Lunigiana under control. Today is composed of a single building that surrounds the Tower, consisting of four floors, and the other three corner towers, while on the walls to the North are still visible some sections of battlements. The slow decay, and further damage suffered in the earthquake that hit the Lunigiana on September 7, 1920, led to its abandonment in the early decades of the 20th century. In 1996 it began a large restoration project, terminated after ten years: now the Castle presents itself in all its beauty and grandeur.
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  • Beautiful castle with fabulous rooms for overnight stays or ceremonies inside. very particular
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  • Beautiful restored castle with wealth and respecting the artistic sense! Location and lovely scenery. personal salt rooms ... very smoothly!
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  • Great place for location, allows to see the valley below, full of history transports you back in time. Ideal for events and weddings.
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