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Castello del Parco Fienga, Nocera Inferiore

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3.8/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
Castello del Parco Fienga is located in Nocera Inferiore. A visit to Castello del Parco Fienga represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Nocera Inferiore vacation generator to plot your vacation.
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  • I was visiting the Castle last Sunday and fortunately on this occasion there were tours, I had the pleasure of knowing the fascinating history of the place and I was able to admire the remains of the castle of Park, very interesting ... ... Only downside, the State of disrepair into which the Castle
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  • Fienga Castle is a perfect setting for performances, exhibitions and events because it maintains its historic charm. Located in the hills but very close to the Centre of Nocera Inferiore, offers the possibility to organize artistic events of various kinds.
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  • Breathtaking ... .... From the Hill of Saint Andrew (or Park), the original Manor lap with 14 centuries of history dominates and defends the new town after the destruction of Nuceria Alfaterna tied to the Gothic wars and Teia. Destroyed in turn and then rebuilt by Roger the Norman, as evidenced by the mighty donjon, a part of the walls, the ruins of the Cavallerizza Reale, the Aviary and the Sala dei Giganti, followed the city's history under various dominations and had guests and prisoners, even ghosts (the stray souls of Elena degli Angeli, wife of M. Batul, and pirate) ... Residence ducale of Carafa della Stadera until the mid 1500 and then slowly abandoned, in half of the ' 800 was bought by the family Faruk who built the Palace now exists. Some years ago began a redevelopment of the site, a new life for its revival with music festivals (remember the "Jazz in the Park ''), theatre and cinema. I heard lately that doubles as a picturesque setting for weddings: the loaf was inaugurated in June 2015 by a descendant of the family Fienga. To discover or rediscover!
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