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Fiumefreddo Bruzio (CS) Castle
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The Fiumefreddo Bruzio Castle as know as Palazzo della Valle was built in 1201 by Simone de Mamistra from a Defence Tower. In 1536 was built the wall around and two towers called Golette. In the first years of 1800 the castle was destroyed by frenchs. What you can see now was recently restored and some interiors have murales maded by Salvatore Fiume, sicilian painter famous all around the world.

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