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Ariano Irpino Castle

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Truppualdo Castle in Atripalda

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The History of Atripalda dates back to the Bronze Age (13th-10th century BC).

Avella Castle

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Avellino Castle

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Cavaniglia Castle in Bagnoli Irpino

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Bonito Castle

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Caposele Castle

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Cassano Irpino Castle

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Some sources, however, claim that the Castle already existed during Norman times.

The Lombard Castle in Forino and the Parise Castle in Celzi di Forino

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Not far from Forino, we find a small castle that was built by the Parise Family in 1753.

Cervinara Castle

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People settled down around the fortress that was built during the longobard domination.

Chianche Castle

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Melito Irpino Castle

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The new small town of Melito is pleasently situated on the right side of the river Ufita, nearly 2 miles from the old medieval town.

Mercogliano Castle

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Migliano Castle, Frigento

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Monteforte Irpino Castle

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Montefredane Castle

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Bibliography

 

For more historical information, read the following books:

"Candida" by Mauro Gargano

"Castelli, torri e cinte murarie in Irpinia" by Giuseppe Muollo

"Torri e castelli in Irpinia" by Giampiero Galasso

Wikipedia for Imperiali Palace in Salza Irpina

Special thanks to Professor Pietro Pelosi Phd (Salerno University)

 

 

Montella Castle

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Montoro Inferiore Castle

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The ruins of the Castle in Montoro Inferiore, built during the Lombard domination, are situated on a hilltop.

Montoro Superiore Castle

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Montoro Superiore had also a Castle that was built during the Norman conquest.

Quaglietta Castle, Calabritto

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Rocca San Felice Castle

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De Guevara Castle in Savignano Irpino

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Serino Castle

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Furthermore, another ancient Fortress rised at 600 m. altitude. Now we can only find the Walls and several ruins of it.

Solofra Castle

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The Castle remains are located at an altitude of 470 m above sea level.

Sorbo Serpico Castle

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The castle was built by the Lombards and since that time it passed through many hands.

Volturara Irpina Castle

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