Château de l'empereur Frédéric II d'Allemagne, vers 1240, Castel del Monte (Italie) ressemble à une couronne avec ses 8 tours et ses 8 salles par étage. Il ne servit que rarement à des fêtes, parmi lesquelles il faut noter, en 1246, les noces de la princesse Violante di Svevia, fille naturelle de Frédéric et Bianca Lancia avec le comte de Caserte Riccardo Sanseverino.

Château de l'empereur Frédéric II d'Allemagne, vers 1240, Castel del Monte (Italie) ressemble à une couronne avec ses 8 tours et ses 8 salles par étage. Il ne servit que rarement à des fêtes, parmi lesquelles il faut noter, en 1246, les noces de la princesse Violante di Svevia, fille naturelle de Frédéric et Bianca Lancia avec le comte de Caserte Riccardo Sanseverino.

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Castel del Monte, comune di Andria, Italy, Barletta-andria-Truni province, Puglia region.  Courtyard

Castel del Monte, comune di Andria, Italy, Barletta-andria-Truni province, Puglia region. Courtyard

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Castel del Monte, 60 km (37 mi) from Bari, is one of the 47 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Italy.  Commissioned by Frederick II of Swabia in the 13th Century, the Castle is a massive and dominating octagonal structure that sits on a small stretch of the Murge plateau in Apulia, 18 km (11 mi) from Andria.

Castel del Monte, 60 km (37 mi) from Bari, is one of the 47 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Italy. Commissioned by Frederick II of Swabia in the 13th Century, the Castle is a massive and dominating octagonal structure that sits on a small stretch of the Murge plateau in Apulia, 18 km (11 mi) from Andria.

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Castle del Monte, Puglia, Italy...completed in 1240 by Frederick II, leader of the Holy Roman Empire

Castle del Monte, Puglia, Italy...completed in 1240 by Frederick II, leader of the Holy Roman Empire

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Castel del Monte (Italian: Castle of the Mount) is a 13th-century castle situated in Andria in the Apulia region of southeast Italy. It was built by the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II during the 1240s; it has been despoiled of its interior marbles and furnishings in subsequent centuries. It has neither a moat nor a drawbridge and might in fact never have been intended as a defensive fortress.

Castel del Monte (Italian: Castle of the Mount) is a 13th-century castle situated in Andria in the Apulia region of southeast Italy. It was built by the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II during the 1240s; it has been despoiled of its interior marbles and furnishings in subsequent centuries. It has neither a moat nor a drawbridge and might in fact never have been intended as a defensive fortress.

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Polignano a Mare - Apulien | © individualicious

Polignano a Mare - Apulien | © individualicious

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The medieval octagonal castle Castel Del Monte, built by Emperor Frederick II in the 1240's near Andria in the Apulia southern Italy

The medieval octagonal castle Castel Del Monte, built by Emperor Frederick II in the 1240's near Andria in the Apulia southern Italy

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Italy - Apulia 2011 by johnnymnemonic84    Castel del Monte

Italy - Apulia 2011 by johnnymnemonic84 Castel del Monte

Castel Del Monte June1997 - List of castles in Italy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Castel Del Monte June1997 - List of castles in Italy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Apulia is a delightful surprise with unique scenery barely resembling that which you see in the rest of Italy. Over the centuries it was invaded by Greeks, Arabs, Normans, Swedes, Aragonesi, Spaniards, and Saraceni, all of whom left their mark on the land. There are many castles in Apulia including: Castel del Monte, di Trani, …

Apulia is a delightful surprise with unique scenery barely resembling that which you see in the rest of Italy. Over the centuries it was invaded by Greeks, Arabs, Normans, Swedes, Aragonesi, Spaniards, and Saraceni, all of whom left their mark on the land. There are many castles in Apulia including: Castel del Monte, di Trani, …

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