4 bedroom villa for sale
Italy - Apulia, Brindisi, Carovigno
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A journey into the world Dentice and in the tradition of musicians and flag bearers, the, here where you are stopped artists and patriots. Carovigno has ancient origins, is, in fact, inhabited since the early Stone Age, as witnessed several interesting findings of the Paleolithic and Neolithic. Significant remains of human settlements are still visible in the district Carisciola and near the blade Crescent. City of Japigia, it became a flourishing center with the Messapian civilization, as demonstrated by the very important archaeological material exhibited in the museums of Egnazia, Brindisi and Taranto. The original etymology Carbina from greek Karbina (fruitful), emphasizes its outstanding characteristic of being abundant oil, wine, almonds and figs. Later changed its name until reaching the current form of onomastics Carovigno. The city occupies the entire hill, defended by a triple ring of walls: the innermost built of large stones tell the outside, from large blocks of tufa hard without cementing. In 473 BC, an ally of Brindisi, Carbinia is destroyed by Tarantini, undergoing crimes of all kinds. The destruction escaped the fortress, later surrounded by high walls with four towers, two rectangular (a Porta a Porta Brindisi and Ostuni, still existing) and two roundabouts. The domination of the Byzantines, Lombards, Normans, Swabians, Angevins and Aragonese, arrecarono Carovigno tribulations, death and misery, aggravated by five centuries of baronial arrogant superpower, nothing that made the same authority of the King. The feudal regime of Carovigno begins with Adam Trambaj, defined by Vincenzo Aryans "the Nero of his times, monstrous compendium of injustice, abuse, harassment and bullying." Towards the end of 1500, however, the country appears surrounded by walls, towers and moats and boasts a comfortable castle. In the middle of '700, Carovigno passes in the Imperial family feud, holders of the Marquis of Oria and the principality of Francavilla Fontana. Imperial family died out, after a decade of emancipation under the Royal powers, Carovigno is sold without prior feudalism Gerardo Dentice, Prince of Frasso.
- Brindisi - Salento (International), 14.4 miles
- Bari Palese (International), 56.6 miles
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