Madruzzo Castle

Lasino, Italy

Madruzzo castle dates from the 12th century.  The castle was set on fire and almost completely destroyed in 1703 during the War of Spanish Succession.


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Founded: 12th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Italy

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Gianni Civitillo (2 years ago)
Too bad it's closed to the public, really lovely place.
Elisa Marini (2 years ago)
A more than special place. Magical, incredible and people with an unforgettable welcome. Thanks also to Mr. Gabriele.
Nicola Pisoni (3 years ago)
Very beautiful country
Morelli Arreda (3 years ago)
Nice story, after half an hour looking for the road that is marked only on the provincial road at the bottom of the valley and is no longer signposted in the village, we arrive here to find that it is closed without any indication with a really nice private property sign
Maria (3 years ago)
Castle in a beautiful panoramic position but closed, but I liked the very characteristic Castel Madruzzo village with particular corners and decorated with flowers.
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