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Abbazia di Staffarda (Revello)
The complex, founded during the first half of the 12th century by Cistercian monks, includes a church with an elegant twin-columned cloister, monastic buildings (the guestrooms, the dining hall, and the capitulary hall are noteworthy), and nine farmsteads.
Castello dei Marchesi di Saluzzo (Castellar)
Recently restructured and given a new life as a cultural and exhibition center, this unique structure has towered over Saluzzo since far off 1270 when the Marquis Tommaso I of Saluzzo had it built as a fortress.
Castello Reynaudi o Castello Rosso (Costigliole Saluzzo)
Today, a refined and elegant structure that welcomes meetings and conventions, Castello Rosso was originally an aristocratic home immersed in the calm and luxuriant green of nature. Located between Cuneo and Saluzzo...
Chiesa di S. Maria Maddalena (Costigliole Saluzzo)
The parish church of Santa Maria Maddalena, notwithstanding its numerous arrangements and re-arrangements, conserves splendid fresco grisaille paintings dating back to the early 16th century. There is also a room, probably a cemetery chapel built around the...
Complesso Feudale Malingri (Bagnolo Piemonte)
Located in the lovely natural setting of a beautiful landscape, the feudal complex of Malingri is worth a visit in the spring when the park’s splendid array of azaleas and rhododendrons are in full bloom.
Palazzo dei Conti Giriodi di Monastero (Costigliole Saluzzo)
A splendid Baroque structure which was built following the design of the architect Bernardo Antonio Vittone, beginning in 1740. One enters through a majestic main door into a grand atrium where a monumental staircase leads to the piano nobile...
Palazzo Sarriod De La Tour (Costigliole Saluzzo)
While going along the lower part of the ancient hamlet of Costigliole, one can not help but be struck by Palazzo Sarriod de La Tour, surrounded by medieval walls and characterized by a crenellated tower.
Parco del Castello dei Marchesi di Saluzzo (Castellar)
The park and the hilly gardens surround the castle, which was built as a house fortress in the fourteenth century at the request of the Marquess of Saluzzo, and which was subsequently transformed into a noble house...
Parco del Castello di Bagnolo
The seventeenth-century park, which extends for around two hectares, was renovated in the first part of the nineteenth century according to a romantic style. The design is characterised by a wide lawn in front of the building...