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- For Family
The Fortress of Spoleto
Undoubtedly unmissable and unforgettable the Spoleto Fortress and the Bridge of Towers: a symbol the first, an emotion the second
The fortress of Spoleto stands on top of Sant’Elia hill.
Once home to important figures of the time, the fortress was designed by Matteo Gattapone (1300 – 1383), a distinguished fourteenth-century architect, and is still considered a jewel of the city. Until the middle of the eighteenth century the fortress housed the papal governors and the most important figures of the time. In 1499 it was also home to Lucrezia Borgia, who was governor of the Duchy. In addition to its historical value the fortress also has cultural merits. In fact it is the national museum of the Duchy of Spoleto, consisting of material from public collections. The Bridge is an imposing monument 236 meters long and 90 meters high. Some say it was built between the 13th and 14th century on a former Roman aqueduct, which probably served to bring water from the source of Cortaccione into Spoleto.
Who is it for
Families, Children, Groups, Couples
- Reduced ticket € 3,75 (from 18 to 25 years old)
- Free ticket up to 17 years old
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- Per chi Adulti
- Data Da aprile a ottobre
- Prezzo A partire da 30€