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Rocca di Sala Baganza, Sala Baganza
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La fortuna ha voluto che il giorno in cui volevamo visitarla coincidesse con l'apertura straordinaria della bellissima sala ( privata) dell'apoteosi, restauro degli affreschi riuscitissimo, brava la g... read more »Luck would have it the day we wanted to visit coincided with the opening of the beautiful sala (private) the apotheosis, restoration of the frescoes successful, good driving there explained the history and details ... ticket costs 5 euros but otherwise the visit was free, without guidance, the few open rooms don't offer much to see, there are also sculptures of modern times. Externally the rocca (actually looks more like a Palace than a castle) is nice as well as the large grassy Park, geometrically divided by paths leading to a central pool, the Park is just planted, there are no flowers. Without the extraordinary visit of the Hall don't know if it would be the same worth booking a tour of the Interior.show original
Abbiamo visto la rocca di Sala Baganza di sera, e ci ha colpito per la sua maestosità. Sicuramente torneremo per visitarla bene. Molto bello anche il giardino prospiciente la Rocca.We saw the rocca di Sala Baganza by evening, and we struck for its Majesty. Definitely will be back to visit well. Very nice garden facing the fortress.show original
Il terremoto ha inferto un colpo tremendo a questa struttura. C’è rimasto poco da vedere a parte qualche sala affrescata. Belo lo scalone d’entrata, chiuso ai visitatori a causa dei danni del terremot... read more »The earthquake has dealt a terrible blow to this structure. There was little to see apart from some frescoed. Belo entrance staircase, closed to visitors because of earthquake damage, visible only by peeping from the Loggia of the noble floor, Nice by the way. Even the little oratory offers very little: interesting woodworking sarcophagus under the altar. Large garden where you can see only the spaces delimited areas that once were to show different flowers and plants. The whole complex must have been very nice in the days when it was inhabited. The fortress now houses a permanent exhibition of works by the sculptor Jucci Ugolotti entitled Toks and dial-in cellars, the new wine Museum.show original
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