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Belvédère de Campomoro
Corsica
Campomoro est la plus grande tour de Corse et la seule bénéficiant d'une fortification en étoile Sa construction, diligentée par Carlo Spinola suite à un raid barbaresque sur la ville de Sartène, s'est achevée en 1586.
Copyright: Dubos Jean François
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Uploaded: 23/08/2012
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Tags: tour génoise; corse; sartenais; valinco; corse du sud; méditérannée; taravo
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