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Ravenna - Brancaleone Fortress Gardens

The "Rocca Brancaleone" (Brancaleone Fortress) was built in 1457 by the Venetian Republic. Originally, was part of the city walls; today is a public garden. It's comprised of two main parts: the castle itself and the citadel, spread over a total area of 14.000sqm.

translated from: http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ravenna (as of May, 18th,2009)

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Uploaded: 17/05/2009
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Tags: castle; fortress; tree; park; garden; medieval; citadel; castello; castelo; fortaleza; rocca; arvore; albero; parco; parque; giardino; jardim; medioevale; romagna
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