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Monte Castello, Porta di Maggio
Italy

Porta di Maggio, così detta perché esposta ai venti primaverili. Solo quest’ultima è rimasta a testimoniare il glorioso passato ed è stata recentemente restaurata. I merli della torre sono tipicamente guelfi – cioè piatti – poiché il paese era un feudo papale. Con il restauro, la torre è tornata ad essere meta dei tanti visitatori, ed è stata riportata alla sua antica funzionalità. Simone Mazzi

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Uploaded: 16/10/2012
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