Scaldasole Castle

Scaldasole, Italy

The original Scaldasole Castle was built in the 10th-12th centuries by Campeggi family. In 1334-1404 it was owned by Folperti family, who enlarged the castle yard. Since the late 18th century it has been owned by the Carlasco family.

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Founded: 10th century AD
Category: Castles and fortifications in Italy

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Rita Gabba (2 years ago)
Very nice castle .. Open to the inside. Mr. The road that accompanied us on the visit gave very comprehensive explanations
Mario Genta (2 years ago)
Imposing and well preserved.
Amelja Hallulli (2 years ago)
Brave
MONICA MARINONI (2 years ago)
In the castle. Currently closed due to Covid
Davide Guarda (2 years ago)
Magical, a real castle, very beautiful
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