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  • Castello is a Spanish geographical indication for Vino de la Tierra (Vi de la Terra in Catalan) wines located in the province of Castellon (Castello in Catalan) in the autonomous region of Valencia.
  • Castello is the largest of the six sestieri of Venice. The district grew up from the thirteenth century around a naval dockyard on what was originally the Isole Gemini, although there had been small settlements of the islands of San Pietro di Castello (for which the sestiere is named), also
  • Castellon (Spanish) or Castello (Valencian) is a province in the northern part of the Valencian Community, Spain. It is bordered by the provinces of Valencia to the south, Teruel to the west, Tarragona to the north, and by the Mediterranean Sea to the east.
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  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
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  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication
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  • (ad 37–68), Roman emperor 54–68; full name Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus. Infamous for his cruelty, he ordered the murder of his mother Agrippina in 59 and wantonly executed leading Romans. His reign witnessed a fire that destroyed half of Rome in 64. A wave of uprisings in 68 led to his flight from Rome and his eventual suicide
  • Roman Emperor notorious for his monstrous vice and fantastic luxury (was said to have started a fire that destroyed much of Rome in 64) but the Roman Empire remained prosperous during his rule (37-68)
  • The children's novel series A Series of Unfortunate Events features a large cast of characters created by Lemony Snicket. The series follows the turbulent lives of the Baudelaire orphans after their parents, Bertrand and Beatrice, are killed in an arsonous structure fire.
  • Nero is the seventh studio album by Polish gothic rock band Closterkeller. It was released on October 16, 2003 in Poland through Metal Mind Productions . The album was recorded on August-September 2003 at Zeman-Krason studio. The cover art was created by Agnieszka Szuba .
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  • An operator used in vector analysis(. Symbol: ?)
  • Del (or Delsberg) is a village in Graubunden, Switzerland.
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    spa
  • A mineral spring considered to have health-giving properties
  • watering place: a health resort near a spring or at the seaside
  • A place or resort with such a spring
  • A commercial establishment offering health and beauty treatment through such means as steam baths, exercise equipment, and massage
  • resort hotel: a fashionable hotel usually in a resort area
  • health spa: a place of business with equipment and facilities for exercising and improving physical fitness

Castello di Cordovado (PN)
Castello di Cordovado (PN)
L’attuale area fortificata di Cordovado, nota come il Castello (secolo XI), e il risultato di modifiche e stratificazioni che si sono succedute nel tempo, in particolare tra Sei e Ottocento. Nel basso medioevo la cerchia esterna di mura, con terrapieno, fossato e due torri portaie ancor oggi presenti, racchiudeva uno spazio interno costituito dal castello vescovile, a sua volta munito di mura e fossato con ponte levatoio, mastio e altri edifici. Accanto sorgeva il borgo. La Cordovado medievale si concentra dunque nell’area castellana, al cui interno trovano spazio alcune interessanti costruzioni come Palazzo Ridolfi; l’antica casa del capitano, ossia Palazzo Bozza Marrubini, affrescato internamente da Francesco Zimolo (1704-1712); l’elegante Palazzo Agricola dalle forme rinascimentali con ampie arcate e trifore. Dentro la cerchia murata e collocato il Palazzo Freschi Piccolomini (1669-1704) che prima si chiamava Attimis, una struttura imponente di linee rinascimentali, a tre piani con ampio portale d’ingresso, immersa nel verde di un parco secolare. Nelle adiacenze, vicino alla porta nord, sorge la Chiesa di San Girolamo (sec. XIV). Delle due torri portaie, la meridionale conserva la postierla, la settentrionale, detta anche dell’Orologio, le scale e i camminamenti in legno al suo interno. Lungo il tratto delle mura sud-orientali si notano i resti del fossato e le case costruite all’interno del recinto nel XIX secolo. Alla fine del Seicento parte dell’apparato fortificato fu abbattuto o trasformato in residenza civile, dando cosi vita al Palazzo Freschi Piccolomini. L’ultima descrizione a noi giunta del Castello appartenuto ai vescovi di Concordia risale al 1856, poco prima del suo abbattimento definitivo. Palazzo Beccaris Nonis spicca nel “borgo nuovo” sorto nel Cinquecento. Palazzo Cecchini, oggi sede della Biblioteca, e lascito dell’ingegnere ferroviario e filantropo Francesco Cecchini (1819-97), che alla comunita ha conferito anche l’immobile oggi utilizzato come scuola materna. Il restauro degli affreschi dell’abside dell’antica Pieve di Sant’Andrea (il portale reca la data del 1477) ha portato alla luce anche il loro vero autore, Gianfrancesco da Tolmezzo, che li ha realizzati agli inizi del Cinquecento. Il Santuario della Madonna delle Grazie (1603) e un gioiello d’arte barocca, a pianta ottagonale con un soffitto splendidamente intagliato e dorato da Cataldo Ferrara (1656-58), gli ovali dipinti da Antonio Carneo con figure di Santi e Profeti, le statue a stucco di Andrea dell’Aquila e i dipinti di Antonio Moretto. Si puo terminare il giro con l’antico convento francescano di Santa Maria di Campagna diventato Villa Freschi, e con l’Oratorio di Santa Caterina che conserva affreschi del XV secolo. Tratto da "I borghi piu belli d'Italia"
CASTELLO MIRAMARE
CASTELLO MIRAMARE
CASTELLO MIRAMARE, TRIESTE, ITALIA MIRAMARE CASTLE, TRIESTE, ITALY The Schlo? Miramar was built between 1856 and 1860 from a project by Carl Junker working under Archduke Maximilian. The Castle gardens provide a setting of beauty with a variety of trees, chosen by and planted on the orders of Maximilian, that today make a remarkable collection. Features of particular attraction in the gardens include two ponds, one noted for its swans and the other for lotus flowers, the Castle annexe ("Castelletto"), a bronze statue of Maximilian, and a small chapel where is kept a cross made from the remains of the "Novara", the flagship on which Maximilian, brother of Emperor Franz Josef, set sail to become Emperor of Mexico. During the existence of the Free Territory of Trieste, the castle served as headquarters for the United States Army's TRUST force.

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