Trebiano Castle was documented first in 963 AD. It was built on a roughly square form with four corner towers.


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


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Federica Ravecca (11 months ago)
Castle now in ruins. Very beautiful but unfortunately only some remains can make us imagine its beauty of other times. The village is very nice and well kept. Very open and suggestive panorama
Claudio La Porta (11 months ago)
Unfortunately abandoned to itself, and officially it is definitely closed, but it is a wonderful structure. A disaster to see it unused and destined to collapse.
Aldo Carneade (15 months ago)
Salendo per tutte le vie del borgo, che è molto bello, si arriva fino al Castello che un tempo era una fortificazione difensiva. Peccato che ormai sia in condizioni pessime. Siamo però riusciti a salire fino in cima, perché l'erba era tagliata. Bellissimo il panorama!
Maria Lipani (23 months ago)
It is a magical place
Gavin Hudson (2 years ago)
Lovely spot. Just watch your step!
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