I experienced staying at a medieval house in southern Italy that captivated my senses the moment we arrived while enjoying the comforts of living in a completely renovated house originally built in the 1800. The experience wss unique, dazzlingly and magnificent!
All Medieval houses share a closed similarity in their interior design and décor particularly in their facade due to belonging to the Borgo (district), where houses are built next to each other and in some cases in second floors – a main characteristic of Italian architecture in Medieval times.
The property has been recently renovated to ensure a pleasant and worry-free stay, but they have been carefully kept their distinctive look of the time in which they were built. The architectural design has been carefully preserved.
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