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The Rocca di Dozza is a Middle Ages Fortress, with original towers, prisons and justice room. This Fortess has ben the noble residence of an ancient family, Malvezzi Campeggi, who left here a collection of portraits, objects and the antique...more
Unfortunately, the museum was closed for lunch when we visited. We were able to walk across the picturesque drawbridge that leads into the courtyard. You enter a small courtyard that leads to a more structured and large courtyard. It is an imposing fortress at the...More
The museum is set in a lovely ancient village. It’s easy to walk through and gives a great detail of the area. The whole village is almost a living museum. It’s a setting within a setting. Take time to visit the church too.
It costs 5euro but it's worth a look. Large enough for a decent stroll and the towers offer a great view. The living quarters are very interesting. There is a gallery of paintings as well. There are a lot of stairs, the higher you go...More
The museum no is a great thing, it is few for seeing. In the cellar is a big enoteca with all the wines of the area, this is quite interesting, but the man that was there didn't know too much about the differences of the...More
A good example of local castles of the region. As others have said, not a huge amount of furniture etc in the castle, but that actually helps understand the construction and use.
The kitchens were really interesting, and it is well worth booking a tasting...More
The museum it's very cute and inside you can find paintings, old instruments and the reconstruction of a medieval kitchen! I went there on Sunday and I appreciate the fact that it was very quite and there were no queue. There will be a fantasy...More
The castle was charming and very good value, The towers had excellent panoramic views from the un-glazed.
windows. Enjoyed the extensive Italian art on display. The traditional kitchen and laundry room ere fascinating. The prison had graffitti about 400 years old.
This is the most fascinating, unaffected, cheap museum I have yet visited in Italy. For 5E entry, you are free to explore the secret passageways, artwork, traditionally furnished rooms, and amazing lookouts in this fort. It's a rarity in Italy to not have sentries watching...More