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The small village of Deliceto stands on top of a hill, from which the territory was once controlled to defend the town from attacks and raids, and where today you can stop to admire the surrounding green landscape which is characterised by a rich presence of oak forests, Mediterranean maquis, olive groves and vineyards, as well as hazelnut, wild pear and ash trees; its flora is also distinguished by the presence of wild orchids. The history and identity of the village emerge in what is its symbol: the Castle where, over the centuries, Norman, Swabian, Angevin and Aragonese lords have lived, and which has gradually been transformed while always retaining its military role. Declared a national monument in 1902, its most imposing part is the Torrione and the two towers, the Molo tower and the Parasinno tower, which are still well-preserved and are joined by a walkway that can still be walked. Legend has it that the razor mill, the instrument of death for thieves, was hidden in the dungeons.


71026 Deliceto FG, Italia

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