Monday, May 2, 2016

Outstanding Views of the Sea and of the Island of Ischia

The Aragonese  castle it stands out of the sea, detached from the rest of the island. It still maintains, a strong bond with the island, it connect by a bridge built in 1438 by Alfonso I of Aragon.
The castle overlooking the sea, was built as a ca strum in 474 B.C. by Jerome of Syracuse, and, after a long period it was abandoned. Under the Aragonese dynasty, it became a political and cultural center of notable interest.