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Castello di Santa Severa, Santa Marinella

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  • A real gem, despite what has been done so boorish by politics. A piece of history ruined by investing on a shoestring who defaced some parts of this beautiful castle in an almost irreparable. Fast and poor-quality plastering over ancient walls, not cleaning of spaces and gardens, so they tried to do everything to ruin it. And yet he's still here that shines with its old houses, with the scent of old that transmits, with huge marble square and stands where they carried out the functions, with so-called "mignoni", external ladders leading to the homes of suiperiori plans, and then there is the gem, the Museum. Not to be missed, a real highlight. Exhibits plastics and whatnot, in a space made this time, admirable. Truly a beautiful work that should not be missed.
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  • Beautiful castle on the sea near Rome, where visiting both the surrounding beaches and the Interior with small square and I will negotiate which, along with the museo delle navi (3 euro adult is free for children under six years old), are open all year round. From 25 April opens also the Interior of the Castle.
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  • beautiful castle on the sea. Unfortunately we didn't get to visit it internally. turning around there is a beautiful landscape. maybe taking a little evil. the beach around was very dirty
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  • Amazing and Ancient. The First Stones comes from the III B.C.!
  • Easy to access and nice view.
  • Gorgeous. Loved the beach by the castle
  • Very nice I really recommend it and more is near the beach. Preferably not during the summer months because it is quieter. Among other things also have ample parking. A really nice place and very well maintained.
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  • Well maintained and with interesting archaeological remains. Too bad you can't visit the rooms and hallways of the upper floors. It would be desirable for greater synergy between the Maritime Museum and the castle itself, at the time under two different administrations.
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