The frescos

The Castle was partially reconstructed between the 1570 and 1575 and is precisely in that form that has arrived up today. Of particular importance are the two salons with frescos of Sixteenth and Seventeenth century, depicting the Myth of Daedalus and Icarus, the Myth of Fetonte, the Myth of the Hours, the Allegories of the Day and the Night, a chimney engraved in Renaissance style and a statue of Ebe of Canova school. In the adjacent living room, close to the central salon, is then represented the protection of the Virgin in the liberation of Bonifacio Roero from the prison during the Crusades. Fascinating and discrete is the small sacred church inside the Castle, a place of purification and prayer, that seems extrapolated from time. The library, a pearl of culture, contains books of medicine, literature and philosophy dating back to the Sixteenth century. It contains the history inside the history.