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Castellare di Sarri and Church of San Francesco

Splendid medieval village of the Sienese hills.
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Castellare di Sarri and Church of San Francesco


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The Castellare di Sarri, a splendid medieval village in the Sienese hills

Il Castellare di Sarri it's a small one village medieval, located on the top of a hill, owned by the Fatini del Grande family.

It consists of a Home Tower, from a Casale independent and a third construction.

Right in the center the splendid rises Church San Francesco of the XI century.

wide spazi interior, garden e park, entirely surrounded by mura massive and from around 40 has of wood olive grove and crops various, which are part of the property.

The House Tower it is inhabited by the owners during the period Summer, while the Casale independent is granted in lease.

The whole complex it can also be used for private events e events cultural activities within programs well defined.

The history of the Castellare di Sarri

On the top of one hill were restored, respecting theantico charm Naturalistico e structural of a small village medieval and mura ancient ones that surround it, three construction which flank a church dating back to the 1100.

I Pilgrims that usually traveled theancient road left engraved on the frescoes fourteenth century in the walls of the Church, discovered in phase of restoration, the palms sign of their passage.

The shovel sixteenth dell 'Altar è Opera of Saverio Billò student of the Beccafumi, painter that frescoed in this area.

Of the original towers sighting, which overlook the valleys facing the hill, one already in the 16 °century it was transformed into mansion manor "Palazzo".

The other, of which it was preserved intact port Romanesque and of walls di defense , together with a third one construction they have become comfortable residences, while preserving the appearance native to of "Forilizio"And"Guardiola".

Within the area bounded by mura, an area verdant<