The castle del monte in Andreas, Italy is located on a high mountain. The octagonal patio looks like the shape of the crown of Federico II. Every corner of the towering castle is full of his love. Such a man who loves flowers died because of flowers. It is true that Fei Lengcui (a small town in Puglia) died under the flowers, and he is also romantic.
It was very interesting to see such a building for the first time.
Strange architecture and full of charm-Castel Monte The place where you checked in this time is a bit strange. The buildings there are very medieval and have a special feeling. It is known as the iconic building in southern Italy. It is Castel Monte. According to the navigation display, we took the train to reach the town. We got out of the railway station and got on the No. 6 bus (you can take the bus for free if you have a train ticket). We got off at the station of Castel del Monte. Attracted by the architecture of Castel del Monte, the Gothic architectural style, especially in the early days, read the brief introduction above and said: This is the castle built by the imperial land around 1230. It is mainly for hunting tired to go in and rest. Rock, sand and marble formed eight A towering pillar supports this castle, and the overall color is khaki. Built on a high mountain. When we are walking around, Castel Monte needs to look up. The entire castle is divided into two floors. It seems that there are eight rooms. The entire Castel Monte has an octagonal shape, which means that it echoes the planets in the sky. After taking some photos and videos, we went back and went back to the hotel. We beautified these photos and edited some videos. When we watched these works with music, it was great
Take the train from Bari to the town of Andria. After exiting the station, walk to the right side of the train station square and take the ASA company's No. 6 bus. Show the round-trip train ticket for free and get off at Castel Monte Station. There were very few passengers, and we didn't bump into other passengers. When getting off the bus, you can confirm the return schedule with the driver. Castel del Monte is located about 15 kilometers south of Andria. It was built by the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II around 1229-1249 and was listed as a World Cultural Heritage in 1996. It is one of the iconic buildings in southern Italy. The style belongs to the early Gothic style of southern Italy, with Roman and Arab-Norman influences. At that time the emperor used the castle as a place to rest while hunting. The castle has two floors, each with eight arch-supported rooms, side by side with marble. The castle on the top of the hill presents a mysterious but perfect octagonal shape. So far no one knows why it was built like this, why it was built in a place that is neither a strategic fortress nor a place of residence. Monte Castle was used on a cent euro coin minted in Italy.
The "unrealistic" beautiful castle-Andrea Montreal came to Italy for travel and shopping. I came here to appreciate the fashion and style of Italy. Today I will lead everyone to experience a different Italian style. Attractions introduction: Castel del Monte in Andrea is a fortress standing in the mountains of Puglia. Many people commented that it is "a complete but impractical beautiful castle." It is said that it was built by the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II. At that time, Frederick II built many castles. Monte Fort is said to be the most beautiful of all. It is an octagonal building with a strange appearance, belonging to the early Gothic architectural style of Italy. Route guide: The location of the scenic spot is in Andrea, Italy. We can choose different modes of travel. I chose self-driving. It can be reached by 20km from the small town of Andrea along the SS170 highway; if you take a car, take a train or from Bari. The bus goes to Andria, which takes about an hour and a half. In summer there is a bus from Andrea to Castel del Monte, and the journey takes only 25 minutes. The best travel time is unlimited, all year round. Guide to play: 1. Tickets: Adult: €5.00/person; free for people under 18 and over 65. 2. Scenic opening hours: April 1st to September 30th: 9 o'clock to 7:45 pm; October 1st to March 31st: 9 o'clock to 6:30 pm; Christmas and Not open on New Year's Day.