Castello di Marne

Castello di Marne
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Castello di Marne

The building has always been considered to be an impregnable fortress, thanks to its excellent strategic location.

It is perched, in fact, on a rocky outcrop over a creek which flows into Dordo near Brembo.

Externally it has maintained its typical medieval structure, but has been altered several times, in particular with a neo-medieval remodelling in the early twentieth century, which resulted in the crenellated tower and arched windows.

The interior harks back to Renaissance residences with an L shape construction including the garden and the well wall.

 

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