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    Default The revisit of Castello di Sammezzano


    This year i try to visited Castello di Sammezzano again,
    but again without much luck.
    The castle lies upon a hill in the beatiful Tuscany, Italy.

    So i had to be satisfied with pictures from the outside... (which i'm not... )

    More pictures at the website.

    Gr, Bart
    www.urban-travel.org

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    Some inside pics (not mine (shit...!) ) :

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    Nice find, that looks spectacular.
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    Great to see another visit. A shame you couldn't look inside again, but thanks for showing the inside pics. Fantastic place. :)
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