“Rocca di Santa Lucia” (St. Lucia Fortress), also named “di Laverino”, was founded in 1020 and inhabited during the 12th century by the Cavalca family, who then erected a new building block for residential use in place of the original tower. A third building, more elegant than the previous ones, was then added in the 13th century.
Thanks to a recent renovation, it’s now possible to visit it, climbing
from Colle di Brescia through a dirt road.
The entry is free with no need of reservation.
For more information, you can visit the following website.
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