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Castello di Favria

Castello di Favria

Castel Sant'Angelo, Rome, Italy

Castel Sant'Angelo, Rome, Italy

Church Santa Maria - Tropea, Calabria, Italy                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Church Santa Maria - Tropea, Calabria, Italy More

Sirmione, Lake Garda, Italy

Sirmione, Lake Garda, Italy

Verrès Castle, Val d'Aosta region, Italy  - Now this is my idea of a Castle....:-)

Verrès Castle, Val d'Aosta region, Italy - Now this is my idea of a Castle....:-)

The Castle of Valentino - Turin, Piemonte, Italy

The Castle of Valentino - Turin, Piemonte, Italy

The Castle in Corigliano Calabro, Cosenza, italy.(via italian ways)

The Castle in Corigliano Calabro, Cosenza, italy.(via italian ways)

San Marino, inside of , but not part of Italy . Between Marche and Emilia Romagna. https://homeinitaly.com

San Marino, inside of , but not part of Italy . Between Marche and Emilia Romagna. https://homeinitaly.com

The Castles of Cannero are today picturesque ruins on two rocky islets close to the shore of Lago Maggiore, Italy

The Castles of Cannero are today picturesque ruins on two rocky islets close to the shore of Lago Maggiore, Italy

Castello dei Savoia,  Gressoney Saint Jean, Valle d ' Aosta, Italy. Queen Margaret Castle stands at the foot of Ranzola hill, in the place known as “Belvedere”, as it dominates the whole of the valley. The building was erected between 1899 and 1904. Architect Emilio Stramucci designed the mediaeval-style castle, described as “15th-century Lombard style”, quite frequent in France and Savoy, the homelands of the reigning sovereigns.

Valle d'Aosta - Aosta, Cervinia, Val D'Isere, Courmayeur

Castello dei Savoia, Gressoney Saint Jean, Valle d ' Aosta, Italy. Queen Margaret Castle stands at the foot of Ranzola hill, in the place known as “Belvedere”, as it dominates the whole of the valley. The building was erected between 1899 and 1904. Architect Emilio Stramucci designed the mediaeval-style castle, described as “15th-century Lombard style”, quite frequent in France and Savoy, the homelands of the reigning sovereigns.

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