• Places to see

Artistic benches- Castellero

Address: Via Bricco Magnone, 14013 Castellero AT, Italia
In 2020 skilled lumberjacks created three splendid wooden benches with the sole help of chainsaws. The first depicts the bust of a lumberjack and an i...
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Castellero Castle

Address: Piazza Giuseppe Romita, 6, 14013 Castellero AT, Italia
Email: info@palmamysuite.com
The castle was destroyed in the fourteenth century during the war between the Guelphs and Ghibellines. It was subsequently rebuilt by the Ponte family...
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Church of S. Pietro del Bosco

Address: Via Bricco Trombetta, 1, 14013 Castellero AT, Italia
Cemetery church built between the 11th and 12th centuries. It was a parish church until 1600. See also... • Events in Castellero • Castellero tourist ...
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Church of S. Pietro in Vincoli

Address: Piazza Giuseppe Romita, 6, 14013 Castellero AT, Italia
Parish church consecrated in 1663. It was originally dedicated to S. Bernardo. It was enlarged in 1908. Contains valuable statues and an organ from 18...
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Monument to hazelnut

Address: Piazza Giuseppe Romita, 14013 Castellero AT, Italia
The symbol of the Hazelnut for the Castellero area is represented by the monument on the Town Hall square, based on an idea of the Mayor Roberto Campi...
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Museo della Nocciola (Hazelnut Museum)

Address: 14013 Castellero AT, Italia
Traveling museum located in the open countryside. It tells the story of the hazelnut supply chain through a series of illustrative panels located thro...
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Panoramic telescope - Castellero

Address: Piazza Giuseppe Romita, 14013 Castellero AT, Italia
The symbol of the Hazelnut for the Castellero area is represented by the monument on the Town Hall square, based on an idea of the Mayor Roberto Campi...
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The Walls of Art in the Town of Hazelnut (I Muri d’Arte del Borgo della Nocciola)

Address: 14013 Castellero AT, Italia
Tel: 0141 669180
Email: protocollo@comune.castellero.at.it
The project to achieve the murales of Castellero was motivated by the desire to promote the local area, its peasant vocation and the agricultural and ...
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