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Castello Reale di Sarre, Sarre
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  • The castle is of medieval age and belonged to the Royal House of Savoy. The visit is interesting thanks to the preparation of guides that explain the history of the building. The highlight of the tour are 2 environments in particular: the gallery and the adjacent room, where you can admire the decoration formed by hundreds of mountain goat horns.
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  • very unique Castle from the outside is not the classic medieval castle also because the final structure is very rear. very charming and feature the room and hallway of the hunt, important step to understand a little more about the history of the Kingdom of Italy
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  • Very sober Castle, but 2 parts are for the less Baroque, decorated (hunting lodge requires) Ibex horns (1800 were necessary) to ensure the deco unusual. Otherwise we had a visit in french by a passionate guide. A must see.
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  • Nice castle but only accesible with a guided tour in Italian. We were allowed to visit the ground floor for free though (nice). All plates explaining stuff were in Italian. Cost: €5 for an adult.
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  • From this place the King of Italy Vittorio Emanuele II started pe rle its hunts to Gran Paradiso, the building not posh, indeed very simple and small, with a beautiful garden to the side. His son Umberto I used it as a seat of pleasure and meant that the huge amount of hunting trophies of his father were exhibited in the rooms.
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  • Beautiful castle with many exhibits such as a crib carved entirely donated by the people of Sardinia. Cute driving very easy yet incisive his explanations. Also nice aesthetically. Curious to see the room with all the horns attached to walls bordering a other room carpeted with 960 heads of animals. Five stars seem even fewer. I would really recommend it.
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  • Castle to see. Large round which is done by the Guide. Various rooms including the King and Queen. Visit of the first and second floors. Competent help. Too bad not open the tower.
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