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Castello Reale di Sarre, Sarre

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  • Very interesting structure, fully furnished, beautiful Gallery with all the trophies, especially suede and ibex horns made frame of frescoes and paintings.
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  • The castle is very elegant and well kept. A couple of special decorated rooms will surely be in the memories of visitors. The building also offers interesting insights to who asks questions about the history of Italy and the Savoy dynasty. Two things particularly hard hit: the wooden cradle with the inscription "Deus et on rex", God and his King, which implies the monarchy by divine right (today sounds anachronistic, but there were also some responsibility and moral constraints) and a small picture with the uniforms of the Savoy: until the 19th century white and red, then blue (reminiscent of French uniforms It is no accident, just in times of revolutionary movements). One clarification: Umberto left for exile. Umberto II left Italy for a period of time agreed with the Government just to avoid civil war. The outcome of the referendum on the monarchy and the Republic, in fact, was much disputed (for example they could not vote for a million people, including all Friuli, prisoners of war--some of which returnees only in 1948-and the displaced, while others had received multiple cards to rate). As the recount of the ballots proceeded very slowly, in Naples had declared the Kingdom of the South and wanted Umberto as King. The Government then had reacted and some people had died. To avoid exacerbating tempers, Umberto had preferred to leave for a few months. Only after the Government decreed for him, his wife (anti-fascist) and the heirs male exile.
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  • Beautiful place, especially impressed castle interiors, some halls decorated with hunting trophies. Tours only in Italian, there are brochures in German, English, etc., but it is desirable to "prepare" in advance.
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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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