Goceano Castle

Burgos, Italy

Castle of Burgos was built in 1134 by the Giudice of Logudoro Gonario II of Torres. Later it was in the hands of Genoese and Pisa armies and finally Aragonese left it to decay.

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Founded: 1134
Category: Castles and fortifications in Italy

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Lussorio Giobbe (13 months ago)
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Nikolaj Erik “WhoopzPlays” Bay Theilgaard (3 years ago)
The castle looks amazing from afar, we basically had the castle for ourselves and saw an eagle when we reached the top. It has a beautiful view as well. Unfortunately you cannot access the tower as far as I'm aware. The guide didn't seem to understand much English and seemed surprised to have guests.
Nikolaj Erik “WhoopzPlays” Bay Theilgaard (3 years ago)
The castle looks amazing from afar, we basically had the castle for ourselves and saw an eagle when we reached the top. It has a beautiful view as well. Unfortunately you cannot access the tower as far as I'm aware. The guide didn't seem to understand much English and seemed surprised to have guests.
Nejc (3 years ago)
We went quite a bit out of our way to see it. Came when it should've been opened and it was not.
Nejc (3 years ago)
We went quite a bit out of our way to see it. Came when it should've been opened and it was not.
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