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Built in the early 1700s, and modified during the 1800s, the external stables have recently collapsed.

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Like those pillars and painted frescoes ?

 It looks like its best to get there quick before it all collapses! 

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The wall and ceiling paintings are great.

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On 5/9/2018 at 9:36 AM, Dubbed Navigator said:

Anyone else thinking that the interior is a huge surprise when looking at the exterior?

 

Some real beautiful parts to it.

 

Definitely! 

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In Italy, there are a few small houses / villas that look like nothing and uninteresting from the outside, but inside some of them have ceiling paintings or things like that. So it's always worth taking a look inside when you pass an abandoned house in Italy. :) 

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