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Fortezza Sveva Angioina, Lucera

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  • Swabian Angevin fortress built by Frederick II that it took his palatium on the existing Acropolis of the Roman colony. Charles of Anjou the change in military fortress com perimeter walls to mt. 900 and a dozen towers. Some battlements and stone are of fine workmanship. To access the Queen's Tower to the ramparts and the ruins of the parade of and need to buy ticket to euro 3. Unfortunately the area is run down and there are safe areas to which particular attention. Pity that the municipality does not cure enough a city landmark.
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  • It is one of the largest fortresses in Europe, well preserved, majestic and strategically placed across the Valley
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  • Taking terrible, dirty and no maintenance. No sign it is approached by the gentlemen who demand the geographical origin. If you're in the area do not pay for otherwise. And if you're in the area we believe and try to figure out if you're in some suburban area to make you pay. Three euros without any guidance, explanation, NOTHING. The glasses of the fortress were so jam that barely seen outside, non-hazardous and impassable areas made safe areas theoretically open but have access blocked by waste and brushwood. A very nice historic monument but kept shamefully.
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  • Outstanding place at the edge of town where the look goes to rest on nearby San Severo and Torremaggiore. A well preserved walls and the longest of Europe stands out for its grandeur. The Tower of the lioness is really gorgeous in its aurea candida
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  • Interesting layering of use, ability to have a free Italian guide offered by the city of Lucera.
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  • One of the walls with perimeter greater than in Europe. A medieval masterpiece steeped in history. Little valotizzato
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  • A huge Castle that stands on the Hill of Lucera, and the walls are perfectly preserved
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  • A mine internal undiscovered archaeological and enhance. Impressive Angevin walls and the remains of the Palatium. Only for real connoisseurs!
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