The layout of the building is quadrangular and it has large angular hip rafters around the keep. It has many rooms, which extend over two floors. The fortress and surrounding property is surrounded by an impressive outer wall, which is characterized by a wide scarp. It was transformed into a residence at the turn of the last century.
After the State bought the property, it was completely restructured. It is currently the home of the Natural History Museum of Lunigiana, and is surrounded by a noteworthy natural park.
How to get there:
Motorway A15 La Spezia-Parma exit Aulla A-road 62 Cisa Railway Station: Aulla. By public transport: CAT, toll free number 800223010
Natural History Museum of Lunigiana
A narrow strip of land between two rivers, once a fundamental hub along the Via Francigena
Aulla sits pretty on a narrow strip of land where the Magra meets the Aulella, a plot of ground that proved pivotal for the civil and religious life of the Lunigiana immediately after the year 1000. ...Morekeyboard_backspace