This majestic building was built in the XIII century. In the sixteenth century it was an important military stronghold, but what we see today is the result of a restoration made inthe nineteenth century that transformed the building into a then fashionable neogothic structure.
It has a square plant with four round towers. The facade on the east side still has many baroque features, while the western one shows the old drawbridge, ogival windows and flat-top merlons. From the stairs on the northern side it’s possible to enjoy a wonderful view of the big park surrounding the castle.
In the first Sunday of May inthe castle there’s the Barbera DOC feast.
Corso Carlo Testa, 3, 15012 Bistagno, AL, Italia
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