The Castle of Many Colors

Very few people ever get to step inside the Castello di Sammezzano in Tuscany. It’s a sterling example of Moorish Revival architecture, and each of its 365 rooms are decorated with unique intricacy. Come on in…

In the middle of Tuscany sits an empty technicolor palace. Castello di Sammezzano, a resplendent Moorish revival castle with an intricate, wildly-colored interior, was erected in the early 17th century by a Spanish nobleman. More than 200 years later, the 365-room palace was remodeled. After World War II, Sammezzano became a luxury hotel, but was closed in the 1990s. Now, a preservation committee is working to restore and preserve the colorful castle. Peek inside; you won’t be disappointed.

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