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  Rocca Brancaleone - city walls
by vysnaite

It's a medieval fortress that once was a part of city walls. Originally built in 15th century, with 4 towers connected by walls. It's divided in two parts. the entrance is trough quite an interessting door with barns and something like a...ehm..bridge :P. In summer time movies are shown in the left part of the "inside" territory, on the right part you'll find a small park with a fountain and a bar. Acess is free if you are not going to the cinema.

Walls are not as huge as they seem in this picture.

Address: Via Rocca Brancaleone
Directions: 5 minutes from the railway station. do trough the door , turn left and go straight, you'll bumb into it :)
Website: http://www.turismo.ra.it/eng/Discover-the-area/Nature-and-environment/City-parks-and-botanical-gardens/Rocca-Brancaleone-Garden

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Feb 26, 2005
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