Castle at Motta Sant'Anastasia

Castle at Motta Sant'Anastasia


Motta Sant'Anastasia, Italy (IT)
The castle, built at Roger I’s behest in 1070, has an imposing rectangular tower, about 21m tall, covered with a battled terrace, and is divided into three levels, two of which respectively reserved for the troops and the officials. The castle successively belonged to the Catania Bishop, the Count of Aidone Enrico il Rosso, Rinaldo Perollo, King Alfonso of Aragon, the Count of Adernò Antonio Moncada.
The castle, built at Roger I’s behest in 1070, has an imposing rectangular tower, about 21m tall, covered with a battled terrace, and is divided into three levels, two of which respectively reserved for the troops and the officials. The castle successively belonged to the Catania Bishop, the Count of Aidone Enrico il Rosso, Rinaldo Perollo, King Alfonso of Aragon, the Count of Adernò Antonio Moncada.
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Links: www.catania-sicilia.it
By: noworld

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