Itri. The Itri Castle

The castle of Itri is divided into two parts: the higher is a fortress with a square tower and one polygonal; the lower is a third party keep, attached to the main building by a rampart walk. This tower is called “Crocodile” because, according to tradition, into it were thrown Read more…

Guide of Itri

Itri owes its importance to the passage of the Appian Way that from the fourth century BC connected Rome with Capua and finally with Brindisi. It was a necessary stop, a post station, and it soon became a vacation spot for the Roman patricians. According to some, the name ‘Itri’ Read more…

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