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Villa Bonaparte in Porto San Giorgio

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Villa Bonaparte, Via Girolamo Bonaparte, 63822 Porto San Giorgio FM, Italy. The Villa, in neoclassical style, has a facade adorned with bas-reliefs, stairs and balconies in travertine from Ascoli, and is surrounded by a large park, which in front forms a sort of terrace, while at the back it opens into a beautiful garden. Even the frescoes, which decorate walls and ceilings, are of neoclassical taste and create an atmosphere of other times, graceful and refined, in which it is very pleasant to dive. The villa became both a worldly place where the Fermo aristocracy participated in parties and banquets, both a notable cultural landmark and a center of political activity. It was precisely because of the latter, in fact, that the permanence of the Bonaparte family in Porto San Giorgio was short-lived, thus breaking the dream of all the local nobles…

Theater alley in Porto San Giorgio

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Location; Porto S.Giorgio - Teatro, 63822 Porto San Giorgio FM, Italy. Traveling to discover small towns means immersing yourself in the wonder of hidden territories. The walls that surround them and the alleys that cross them are custodians of an ancient knowledge that is handed down and told with passion by those who live and animate them every day. Booking.com

Torre Merlata and the castle district in Porto San Giorgio.

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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.

The ancient walls of the castle of Porto San Giorgio. > Le antiche mura del castello.

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The ancient walls of the castle of Porto San Giorgio, 63822 Porto San Giorgio, Province of Fermo. The very panoramic and poetic place located just above the coastal town of Porto San Giorgio, where the view is lost towards the sea or the mountain. It is said that here, in medieval times, Venetian or Dalmatian fishermen settled in flight from the barbarians, who were looking for a place overlooking the sea, safe and easy to defend. I start from the historic center of Porto San Giorgio. More precisely, from the characteristic Corso Castel San Giorgio, which can be accessed from the Largo del Teatro Comunale. The climb begins with Via Girolamo Bonaparte, paved and with small steps, and then continues along Via Cerretani up to an arch with which through the walls of Castel San Giorgio. The ro…

The Gothic Arch in Porto San Giorgio > L'Arco Gotico.

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Corso Garibaldi, 137, 63822 Porto San Giorgio, FM, Marches, Italy. The visits the oldest part of the city, towards the south, along Corso Castel San Giorgio, at the end of the street, crosses a large Gothic arch which, together with the other on the left, belonged to the ancient structure of the port. A pointed arch, proud and solitary guardian of the ancient port. Walking through the narrow alleys of the old town one breathes a soft sea air, with the memory among now vanished noises of ancient crafts the indelible traces of history are clearly distinguished.

Door Entrance South Castel San Giorgio > Porto San Giorgio

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Corso Castel S. Giorgio, 17, 63822 Porto San Giorgio, FM, Italy The course maintains its medieval morphology. It is still surrounded by the streets and alleys that lead those who travel along with them in an ideal journey, which allows us to think and imagine the life of the past. A sort of "romantic journey", in the medieval dream and among the memories of the life of the beginning of the last century, which begins and ends in the splendid and long frame of the course, today a pedestrian passage in the historical center of the city.

Chiesa Del Rosario a Porto San Giorgio > Church of the Rosary.

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Location in Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi 42, 63822, Porto San Giorgio, FM, Fermano, Province of Fermo, Marches, Italy. Church, dedicated to Mary, has a delicate eighteenth-century facade. The Church was built in 1728, the interior has three naves; the central one houses a rich baroque altar behind which there is the statue of the Virgin of the Rosary, celebrated on the first Sunday of October, in memory of the battle of Lepanto, on 7 October 1571, which marked the definitive liberation of the coasts from the assault of the Saracens. The ceiling was frescoed by Sigismondo Nardi; of the work of the great Sangiorgese painter, today only the apse dome depicting the Madonna with child in her arms remains.

Torre Merlata in Porto San Giorgio, the main tower of the medieval castle.

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Torre Merlata Porto san Giorgio, 63822 Porto San Giorgio, Province of Fermo, Marches, Italy All the medieval castles, even the crenelated tower retains the architectural character of the battlements, or of the toothed top. The aim was to protect the soldiers who were walking on top of the towers from the attacks of archers and slingers. The edges of the battlements contained drains, trapdoors that allowed them to throw stones at the enemies or to pour boiling water. There are two main styles of battlements, Guelphs and Ghibellines, from the two factions that used them. Later they were built at the discretion of the building and tower designers.

The massive Clock Tower in Porto San Giorgio

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Piazza S. Giorgio, 7, 63822 Porto San Giorgio, FM, Marches, Italy. At the foot of the Rocca Tipolo of Porto San Giorgio, stands the cathedral of the city, the nineteenth-century church of the patron, three naves in neoclassical style. Inside are the monumental statue of the patron saint on horseback, by G. Paci (1840), and a copy of the polyptych by Carlo Crivelli. On the square in front we find the marble "fountain of democracy", by Alfonso Bernardini, and the massive clock tower.

Rocca Tiepolo fortress in Porto San Giorgio.

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Rocca Tiepolo, fortress in Porto San Giorgio, Via Leonardo Da Vinci 3, 63822, Porto San Giorgio, FM, Marches, Fermano, Italy. Fortress built-in 1267 at the behest of Lorenzo Tiepolo, podestΓ  of the nearby city of Fermo and future Doge of the Serenissima, stands on a small promontory set up to defend the ancient port of the city. It has walls - remodeled over the centuries - with a pentagonal plan, with towers and Guelph battlements and a high central keep. The fortified defensive complex included, in addition to the fortress, also: upstream, a boundary wall defending the whole port culminating in a high tower; of arches, in masonry, placed to guard the waters of the ancient landing place.

Fountain of Democracy, by Alfonso Bernardini, and the Clock Tower in Porto San Giorgio.

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Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi, 100 63822, Porto San Giorgio, FM, Province of Fermo, Marches, Italy. The fountain of Democracy or Abundance: In 1897 the aqueduct was built for the city of Porto San Giorgio, and, to celebrate the important event, it was decided to ask Alfonso Bernardini to create a sculpture that celebrated forever a work so relevant to all citizens. In the upper part of the entire sculpture, placed over a globe, stands a majestic female figure (image allegory of democracy) that holds a pomegranate in the right hand and ears of wheat in the left hand, symbols of fertility and abundance respectively. Clock Tower: Built-in 1829 in the main square to replace another tower unfortunately demolished in 1820. Every citizen, and why not, every passing tourist th…

Villa Bonaparte in Porto San Giorgio, ideal location for weddings.

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Via Girolamo Bonaparte, 63822, Porto San Giorgio, FM, Fermano, Marches, Italy.
Why is it called Villa Bonaparte? The original name was Villa Caterina, from Caterina di Wurtemberg, consort of Girolamo Buonaparte who had it built. Jerome, "former king of Westphalia, who, after the battle of Waterloo, took the supreme command of the French army, with whom he gloriously fought in that memorable and unfortunate battle, which finally ended the wonderful fortune of the great emperor", chose Porto San Giorgio, then Porto di Fermo, to let you build a sumptuous villa. The motive that drives Girolamo to have a dwelling in the Fermo area is essentially dictated by the heart; in fact, he fell in love with the marquise Anna Azzolino, "who …

The Marche region land of theaters.

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Amazing, however, in our region, is the considerable number of theaters that place it in first place in Italy for their density compared to the number of inhabitants. The more than one hundred theaters, scattered in a rather uniform way in the various provinces, testify not only to the high cultural ferment that animates our land, but they represent historical-architectural monuments of inestimable artistic value. 
Theater of Porto San Giorgio, Via Gaspare Spontini,10, 63822, Porto San Giorgio, Province of Fermo, FM, Marches, Italy. The Municipal Theater of Porto San Giorgio, formerly Teatro Vittorio Emanuele II, was inaugurated in 1817, after five years of work and was designed by the architect Giuseppe Locatelli di Tolentino. The dedica…

Castel San Giorgio entrance door

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Castel San Giorgio, Corso Castel S. Giorgio, 63822, Porto San Giorgio, Province of Fermo, Fermano, FM, Marches, Italy. The origins of the current inhabited center seem to date back to the 11th century, when Venetian or Dalmatian fishermen settled on the hill, a natural defense. Castel San Giorgio, from the name of the fortress that dominated it, in the mid-13th century an alliance was established between Venice and Fermo, which favored the development of commercial traffic headed by Castel San Giorgio. In 1267 the mayor of Fermo and the future Doge of Venice Lorenzo Tiepolo transformed the port into an equipped and military port of call; he also built a fortress, which he would take the name, to watch over the Saracen incu…

Arch of the Devil

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Arco del Diavolo, Via Cacciona, 63822, Porto San Giorgio, Province of Fermo, FM, Italy. Arch of the Devil, little is known about the "Del Diavolo" arch or door. It is located to the west of the fortress walls, and it seems to be an escape route that Girolamo Bonaparte seems to have closed, as it allowed almost direct access to his Villa. The approach of the Devil to the name of the arch seems to be due to one of the ancient popular legends of the city. In fact, it seems that anciently few had the courage to pass under the arch after sunset; it was said that at night the devil himself came out of that door and frightened those in the area. Arch of the Devil Porto San Giorgio Copyright All rights reserved © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo by Baldassarri Giuseppe.

Out of that wind

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But on one point there is no doubt. And it is that you, out of that wind, will not be the same one who entered it. Haruki Murakami Japanese writer.
Torre Merlata, 63822, Porto San Giorgio, Province of Fermo, Marches, Italy.Battlement Tower, torre Merlata (or turrimagna) is the largest tower, still standing today, but mistakenly restored with dovetail battlements. Walking along Viale Buozzi towards the west, looking upwards, you can see it soar in all its grandeur.
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Villa Bonaparte in Porto San Giorgio

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Via Girolamo Bonaparte, 63822 Porto San Giorgio, Province of Fermo, FM, Marches, Italy. Built at the beginning of the nineteenth century on a design by Ireneo Aleandri, as the golden residence of Girolamo Bonaparte, Napoleon's brother and ex-king of Westphalia, in 1830 it passed to the counts Pelagallo, Fermani, owners until today. He had it built in the years 1826-29 Girolamo Bonaparte who chose the Fermano because he had fallen in love with the marquise Anna Azzolino "the most lovely gentlewoman of Fermo". Jerome was one of Napoleon's three brothers, he was king of Westphalia. He chose this golden residence after the battle of Waterloo, which saw him as the protagonist along with Napoleon and the other three brothers. The architect Ireneo Aleandri, a pupil of Stern and Camporesi in Rome and also the author of the Sferisterio of Macerata, built it in three years. The Bonaparte brings all the furni…

The Adriatic Sea "Italy"

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The Adriatic Sea, my sea, I am in Porto San Giorgio, a seaside village overlooking the Adriatic Sea, here I learned to swim and fish with my father to sail, here every summer from sunrise to sunset, when I can, I am swimming, I am always informed how much wave there is that temperature at the water. When I can't swim, I stroll along the promenade accompanied by the echoes of the waves on the shore and by the taste of salt air, when I'm not here, my thoughts turn to My Adriatic Sea.

Spiaggia Libera Centro in "Porto San Giorgio"

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Spiaggia Libera Centro, Lungomare Gramsci, 63822, Porto San Giorgio, Province of Fermo, FM, Marches, Italy. Maps, Reviews, Gallery, Post, Share. Spiaggia Libera Centro in "Porto San Giorgio" Copyright “All rights reserved” © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo by Baldassarri Giuseppe visual storytelling. There are stretches of free beach between the various chalets on the Gramsci seafront. There is a large stretch of free beach in the center, just a stone's throw from the most characteristic area of ​​Porto San Giorgio and in front of the Canossian Sisters Institute (Lungomare Sud).
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Free beach in "Porto san Giorgio"

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Via A. Gramsci, 63822, Porto San Giorgio FM, Province of Fermo, Marches, Italy.  Maps, Reviews, Gallery, Post, Share
Free Beach Porto San Giorgio Copyright “All rights reserved” © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Photo by Baldassarri Giuseppe visual storytelling. In Porto San Giorgio on the seafront, the beach there are all beach clubs, but there are few free spaces on the beach. My hometown, the Adriatic sea, the sea breeze that slips on you during the hottest days, the very fine sand burning under your feet, up to the shoreline and the pleasure of walking in the water, until the water reaches the chest, at that point with the scorching sun and the reverberation in the waves, you are invited to dive for a swim, it seems to melt in the water, becoming one with the pastel drawing. So you are a Sangiorgerese.
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