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Cappella delle Brunate (La Morra)
The Cappella (Chapel) delle Brunate in La Morra is a particular and original building, known also as the Cappella del Barolo. It is a little church, never consecrated, acquired by a family of viticulturists, the Ceretto family, and turned into a temple dedicated to wine.
Castello degli Alfieri (Magliano Alfieri)
The structure was built between 1649 and 1680. Of noteworthy interest are the noble chapel and the room with the coats of arms of the Alfieri family done in the 19th century in plaster by stucco artists from Lucania.
Castello di Castiglione Falletto
Of ancient origin, Falletto’s Castiglione Castle is a “Castrum et villa”, property of the Marquisate of Saluzzo. Various noble families took turns, over the centuries, ruling the town dominated by the imposing quadrangular fortress.
Castello di Govone
Previously owned by the Solaro Earls, the Castello di Govone became a possession of the Savoy in 1792. In 1686, the diplomat Ottavio Francesco Solaro started the restoration of the old Medieval castle, closely linked to the village...
Castello di Grinzane Cavour
This is one of the oldest and most imposing castles in the Langhe. The huge construction has two square towers – one large and stocky, the other tall and slender – linked to two cylindrical towers.
Castello di Malabaila (Canale)
Castello Malabaila, surrounded by centuries-old oak trees is situated in the centre of the town, the most important comune of Roero. Built in 1270, to defend the town, at the beginning of the XVI century it was acquired by the Malabayla di Castellinaldo family, ...
Castello di Mango
Imposing and Baroque, yet with basic and somber lines, Mango Castle (Castello di Mango) is located in the heart of the Langhe and dominates the town’s ancient hamlet, offering visitors a singular and spectacular view of the surrounding hills.
Castello di Monticello d'Alba
"You see a huge hill all covered in vineyards and farmsteads and wooded and bare at tips," writes Cesare Pavese in Paesi tuoi while looking out over Monticello d'Alba. It was on these hills, located left of the Tanaro River,...
Castello di Roddi (Alba)
Among nut trees and vineyards, the high and imposing castle dominates the center of Roddi, a typical Langhe town a few kilometers from Alba, the capital of white truffles. The first mention of a fortified construction dates back to the year 1000...
Castello di Serralunga d'Alba
On the top of the Serralunga d’Alba hill, one sees the outline of a very scenically striking structure built from a parallelepiped block with two towers, a corner turret that towers over the high walls, and a double lancet window.
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