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Castello del Parco Fienga, Nocera Inferiore

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  • Beautiful atmosphere, the rooms, the view seems to be suddenly catapulted into another era. Too bad that's not being exploited as it should ... given the great potential. I'd place of visit and business like Lane which has nothing to envy: Christmas markets, Chocolate Festival, more festivals or cmq cartatterizzanti events!
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  • visit Fienga Castle excellently organised by the association with a very experienced guide site.
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  • In the Castle Park, there have been several fairly important presences. Were, in fact, guests of the Manor nocerino Dante and Boccaccio, St Louis of Anjou was born here and I was imprisoned Queen Joan I of Naples. In 1385 Pope Urban VI, who was besieged by the troops of Charles III of Naples Daily excommunicated the entire army besieging. To thank the people who had defended, Pope Urban VI had empowered the city the role of dioceses, lost a few years earlier when the nocerini had killed the Bishop during a riot.
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