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Castello Normanno di Squillace, Squillace

Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
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3.7/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web
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  • Liked that few tourists, the price for a small entrance just 3 euros. Very nice view from the Castle, especially at sunset.
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  • We ascend from the sea and arrive at Squillace. The castle is a beautiful heritage although reduced in its facilities: transmits a noble grandeur. Unfortunately few historical information and not many sites available. However, the dominant view in 360° is quite impressive. Alas here I caught a marriage and what conditions a little visit. Cute nearby and this characteristic of rough local ceramics.
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  • Yesterday September 9 I went to visit the Castle at Squillace doing there and back about 200 km. Arrived at the Castle at 17.00 I didn't let him in because: "in a few there is a wedding and the bride doesn't want anyone else to come during the ceremony." Is it possible that a visit to a cultural object is dependent on the whims of a "Lady"?
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  • Heck, no buried alive!!! Killed with two precise mode and found the studies done on the skeletons. Read at least the Board exhibited in the same room, or even reliable sites that are on the Internet!
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  • Beautiful together with the adjoining Tower and landscaped environment.
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  • Beautiful castle overlooking the Gulf of Squillace. The view is worth the climb.
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  • Ancient castle with a great view
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  • For a small fee, you can visit the Castle and a small museum, which displays two skeleton discovered during restoration works in the Castle. Posters on the walls with the reconstruction of the appearance of their owners.
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