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Gate of the Castle in Grottammare.

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I Travel in Italy introduce; Gate of the Castle in Grottammare Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo OnGoogleMaps by Baldassarri Giuseppe. 
Gate of the Castle in Grottammare, Via del Castello, 63066 Grottammare, AP, Italy. The square tower, on the other hand, is rather interesting because it looks like the classic fourteenth-century tower open at the back and reveals a cross-section of the floors where it was fought and those without openings where stocks were stored; surprising to observe how the small part of the wall remained anchored to the tower defies gravity. The walls continue beyond the road going down towards the so-called gate of the Castle. The best-preserved structures are those of the western curtain where there is a pentagonal tower, called strut, from which a section of the thick wall of the fortress originates. The tower is walled on all sides and cannot be visited inside. In the following wall section you can see the headquar…

Torre Merlata and the castle district in Porto San Giorgio.

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I Travel in Italy introduce; Torre Merlata and the castle district in Porto San Giorgio Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo OnGoogleMaps by Baldassarri Giuseppe. 
Torre Merlata, 63822 Porto San Giorgio, Province of Fermo, Italy. Upstream from Porto San Giorgio is the "Torre Merlata" the Castello district, surrounded by recently restored walls, with three crenelated towers and an illuminated walkway and the Rocca Tiepolo, which takes its name from the Governor of Fermo Lorenzo Tiepolo, who made it build in 1276 to defend against Saracen pirates. The Ghibelline battlements have a "swallowtail" top.