TOMAV - Torre di Moresco Centro Arti Visive, Moresco

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  • Very cute and charming, welcoming and helpful in explaining about the places that can be seen from the various sights in the country. The view from the tower and vantage points is truly spectacular. The fortress with the fortress built by Farah for sighting and protection against neighbors ascolani allows you to see all the way to the sea and to the mountains of abruzzo. Place indicated for a nice day trip.
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  • The medieval tower with seven sides which, at 25 meters high, dominates the village of Moorish, started as a watch tower to control neighbouring areas and ranges from Mount Conero to the massifs of Gran Sasso and the Majella appearing on the horizon on clear days. Now as the need arises in an exhibition space (Moorish Arts Tower, from which the acronym TO. M.A.V.), may be visited by the local government are scheduled periodically, so disappointing – to avoid empty runs, you should call ahead to inquire whether it is possible to visit it.
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  • La torre-with seven sides of different length and typical Ghibelline battlements dovetail-dates back to the 12th century and with its 25 meters dominates the enchanting town of Moorish and the entire surrounding area. From the top you can enjoy a magnificent panorama to horizon from Conero tour along the coast up to the Sibillini mountains and the Gran Sasso.
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