Rocca Tiepolo Fortress in the hills embellished with ancient pine trees.

Rocca Tiepolo Fortress in Porto San Giorgio Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo by Baldassarri Giuseppe.
Rocca Tiepolo Fortress in the hills embellished with ancient pine trees


Rocca Tiepolo Fortress in Porto San Giorgio Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo by Baldassarri Giuseppe.

Rocca Tiepolo Fortress, Via Leonardo Da Vinci, 3, 63822 Porto San Giorgio FM, Italy. Porto San Giorgio, the city of the riviera, was born as a fishing village that until - from Roman times - was linked to the city of Fermo becoming its port. Its importance was so great that it was named in the Itinerary of the Emperor Antoninus, dating back to the century. III d. C. and the Tabula Pentingeriana, an ancient map of the Roman imperial era. It appears with the name of Castello Firmani. Center of maritime traffic of the hinterland and of Fermo from and to Venice, it made sure that a friendly alliance was established between this city and Fermo. After the fall of the barbarians and the consequent destructions, some fishermen settled in the area that gave life to a town, that in 1164 passed to the chapter of the Canons of the Cathedral Fermo, to then sell it to the Municipality of Fermo. Lorenzo Tiepolo, while he was podestà of Fermo, had the fortress built in Porto San Giorgio, which took the name Rocca Tiepolo from him. Turkish incursions on the coasts of Italy are known, especially in the Adriatic sector, for which Fermo decided to surround Porto San Giorgio with castle walls.
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