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Castello di Romena, Pratovecchio

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  • Among the many things to visit in this area there is definitely the Romena Castle, though unfortunately very little remains of the Castle and its walls, but the scenery that you see from there and the history of the Castle are certainly worth a visit. The Council of ìinformarsi on the opening days and hours. Is there a ticket payable but the expense is minimal
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  • Unfortunately remained a little of the old walls, but remains an example of Castle casentinese. Beautiful, and its outer walls is incorporated the famous fonte branda, described by Dante in the Divine Comedy.
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  • A Manor that despite having suffered the humiliation of time (many towers no longer exist since centuries) keeps the dignity of a great castle that has welcomed famous guests (Dante Alighieri etc.). You won't find historical trappings or fake .... what you see is likely original. ... The Castle offers visitors the chance to admire the casentino Valley in its entirety and beauty. Summer is always open with a ticket very cheap ... It's an experience you can't miss the tourist visiting Casentinese. ...
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  • Neat castle, closed more often during the Fall/Winter months.
  • To visit. A place of charm with panoramic views of the Casentino. Hosted Dante in the first period of exile
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  • Classic Tuscan landscape. Driveway with double row of cypress trees, and on top of the Hill the remains of a real medieval castle, which has a quote from Dante's Divine Comedy.
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  • 3 euro to visit, really nice. Castle closed but some room is open.
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  • Nice view, too bad the castle is always closed
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