2024 08/06
Italy Basilicata Melfi Exif: FC3411, 22.4 mm f/2.8 @ 28/10 1/640, ISO 100 54   
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Front view of the Norman Castle of Melfi, a strategic fortress of the 11th century

The Norman Castle of Melfi, built at the end of the 11th century by the Normans, stands in a strategic position that connects Campania and Puglia. Its location was fundamental to defend against external attacks and served as a safe haven for allies. The structure, which was the scene of important historical events during the Norman era, dominates the surrounding landscape with its imposing stone walls, offering a view of the city below and the undulating hills.

Norman Castle of Melfi, Melfi, Basilicata, Italy, Potenza, Province of Potenza, Federico II
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