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Castelnuovo Magra is mainly known for its ancient castle which was once the capital of the Bishop of Luni's domain. The castle had been originally built in the 12th Century by Bishop Walter and then later completed by Henry of Fucecchio who developed the Code Pelavicino. Quite a lot of changes and additions have been made to the castle over the centuries. Today, visitors can see the remains of the large ancient walls, the masonry sections of the original castle and the large tower which had a rectangular plan.
Castelnuovo Magra Castle
19033 Province of La Spezia
Perfectly situated, high in the hills, near the border between Liguria and Tuscany, visitors to Casa Colleverde can make the most of both regions with not only the Cinque Terre, Versilia, Genoa, Florence, Pisa and Lucca on the door step; but also the...