Tor Sant’Antonio

The square tower dates back to tufo brick construction of the thirteenth century and is located in a farmhouse around which in those years was a fortified castle. Later in the seventeenth century it came under the control of the monastery of St. Anthony. The house is typical of those Read more…

La Torre Lupara

Until the fifties, the tower was part of an estate which had taken its name from a tower that dates back to the eleventh century when baronial families began to live in the small fortified villages, called castrum or casalia, with lookout towers. Tor Lupara is also called ‘tricolour tower’ Read more…

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