Incredible Italian Castle Wonderland of the 17th century :


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The breathtaking Castello di Sammezzano in Tuscany, Italy has been giving some serious traveling goals to architect loves across the globe. It was built in the early 17th century by Spanish nobles which was later turned into a hotel/restaurant and refurbished in 1889.

The magnificent castle was permanently shut down in the 1990s. After being left abandoned for more than 20 years, the venue now up for auction.

Despite the last refurbishment taking place in 1889, the property amazingly still retains its glorious former appearance.

There are claims of the castle being traced back to the Roman period. It stands on land owned by a succession of wealthy Italian families.

As up for auction, campaigners are concerned that rather than being used as a museum or keeping it as it is the castle will be turned into a luxury spa hotel.

The lobby of the property is still in perfect condition with the last refurbishment being conducted during the late 1889.

The ceiling boasts intricate detailing including this rainbow of colours and designs, and remains in perfect condition.

A group of volunteers is now trying to save the castle from being auctioned to the highest bidder.

It is amazing to note that so much work was put into each room of the stunning castle.



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