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La Scarzuola, Montegabbione

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.4/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
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  • It's a magical place where you can appreciate the meaning thanks to the explanation that is given by the owner, grandson of the architect who made the drawings of what you see at the Scarzuola. A place that is a metaphor for what must be the journey of those men who want to become aware of themselves.
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  • both the site designed by architect Tommaso Buzzi, destined to change constantly, constantly evolving. Original and really surprising how the leadership of the grandson. Provocative character who tries to stimulate visitors to a conscious and free worldview, far from the downspouts and established routes. Many of his mystical opinions. If you follow him the visit did not disappoint, but you won't be able to enjoy all the site in detail why his GAB and what talks take longer than what is granted to each individual group. Must book in advance. Surprisingly many groups are accepted (perhaps a bit too) find themselves in this lonely place to wait outside by the sound of the Bell that calls at the entrance. Can be reached through about two kilometers of dirt road. We have routes with the camper though at times is a bit narrow and bumpy. truly unmissable place and out of the most exploited tourist routes
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  • What you would understand at this location without the help of the heir has? Too many bad reviews, I was there today and I enjoyed everything. I highly recommend a visit, is a mythical and mystical place. It is true ... it would be nice to be able to visit silent but let's face it ... alone ... how r we could understand symbols, in this unique place in the world? We know all this, but at least symbolic apparatus with the help we can get to know a lot more. So I thank the heir to have recovered this architectural wonder and to make it accessible to the public. Highly recommended to all ... except in loud and surface groups.
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