Ginosa is a town and comune in the Taranto province in the Apulia region of southeast Italy. The most important monument of Ginosa is the Castello Normanno, near the 'place of the Orologio'. It was built in 1080 by Roberto Il Guiscardo to defend the city from the invasions of Saracen troops. Originally the castle was adorned by three towers and a drawbridge, all destroyed during the XVI, when the town became a barony of the Doria family. Due to this, the castle became like a Palace and also today overlooks the most ancient area of the town. The castle is also part of the Comune coat of Arm. You can see all the followiing places. Media related to Ginosa at Wikimedia Commons

Webcam a Ginosa
Eventi a Ginosa
Mangiare a Ginosa
La Gilda (71.66 km)
AQUA FISH and more (100.97 km)
Magistravini (102.52 km)
Svagarsi a Ginosa
Teranga Bay (92.69 km)
Lido Tabù (100.58 km)

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