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Torre dei Lambardi, Magione

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  • We were visiting the tower by taking a nice walk from the town square, spring days. The Tower, very well restored, can be visited using the elevator and then climbing up a narrow spiral staircase that arrives on the terrace at the top of the Tower from which you can dominate the entire Valley ... we had a great guide who told us about the history of the Tower, very interesting
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  • beautiful building of ancient times. the Duke valentino, the son of Cesare Borgia popes was the commisionante it says Noth monument that was to serve as a refuge against the criminal hordes. other reality that should not be missing in vs, travel
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  • Two words but I spend willingly for the Lad on the highest peak of Magione territory – not least because the climb that I had to make up to catch sight of her and visit her. The tower was built between the late 12th and early 13th century by the Knights Ierosolimitani, after constructing the hospitable-fortress of San Giovanni in Pian di Carpine (the current Mansion). Should maybe named after the family that owned it in the 17th century or for membership in noble families, who in the nearby Tuscany called Lombardi, but only in XIX century this name appears attested, so that in 1886 a document mentions it as "Tower of bicocca". (archeokoko.myblog.it/2016/03/31/aria-laghi-colli-umbria)
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  • Big disappointment. Can't even see the tower until you are practically next to it and it doesn't appear well maintained or we coming of visitors. Also. . Google maps is incorrect on the location.
  • Majestic and dominating, Museum, tourist information centre and a conference room.
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  • Majestic
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