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The Segonzano Castle is well-known for the celebrated water colours that Albrecht Dürer painted in 1494 on his first trip to Italy.

In the Battle of Segonzano, on 2nd November 1796, the castle was sacked and burnt by Napoleon’s French troops. The already damaged manor was almost demolished by the flood of 1882, when several families used the stones to rebuild their own homes.

Nowadays visitors can see the only remaining tower of the original nucleus of the castle.

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Via C. Battisti, 110 - 38047 Segonzano (TN)
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