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Castello Chiabrera o Gajoli Boidi (Molare)
Built during the Middle Ages, the Castello (Castle) di Molare has, over the centuries, undergone many changes. The last intervention, overseen by Alfredo d’Andrade, the Portuguese architect and director at the time of the Ufficio Regionale per i Monumenti...
Castello di Castelnuovo Bormida
The castle appears as an overlapping of different styles: the architectural structure is very articulated due to the various re-arrangements that were made over the centuries. Theatre of battles with the French and Austrian, the castle...
Castello di Montaldeo
An ancient manor filled with stories and legends, it was destroyed and rebuilt several times during the Middle Ages. During the 15th century, the people of Montaldeo themselves attacked and killed the members of the Trotti family, guilty of tyranny and abuse of power.
Castello di Prasco
After having been a fortified castle in a strategic position above the traveling routes that connected Liguria to Alto Monferrato, Prasco was turned into a courtly manor that became the official residence of the feudal lord.
Castello di Rocca Grimalda
Clinging to a rock at the top of the narrow Valle dell’Orba which Alessandro Manzoni cites in one of his ”Odi Patriottiche”, the Rocca Grimalda Castle is characterized by an imposing five-storey circular tower.
Castello di Trisobbio
Radically restructured at the beginning of the 20th century, the Trisobbio Castle is a massive parallelepiped softened with elegant double lancet windows and protected by a high crenellated corner tower where you can enjoy a magnificent view...
Castello Malaspina (Cremolino)
The castle-fortress that looks out over Cremolino, an agricultural-tourist hamlet in the Alto Monferrato, is of ancient origin. The oldest section seems to date back to the year 1000, but it was only with the noble family Malaspina, starting in 1240, that the castle took on its final look.
Castello Pinelli Gentile (Tagliolo Monferrato)
The castle-fortress that dominates the hamlet of Tagliolo has ancient origins which document that it was one of the first Aleramo properties. Dating back to that period is the lower part of the square tower.
Chiesa dell'Assunta (Ovada)
Dominating the vista of Ovada, the Chiesa (Church) dell’Assunta stands out as an imposing structure from the late Baroque period, built at the end of the 18th century. The structure is characterized by an imposing façade placed between two bell towers. The church’s...
Chiesa di San Francesco (Cassine)
Grasping the hills along the lower course of the Bormida River, Cassine is a town that has maintained traces of its medieval past. The Chiesa di San Francesco, built in the Gothic-Lombard style by Franciscan monks at the end of the 1200’s, has been almost...
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