Piazzale Castel San Pietro
Piazzale Castel San Pietro
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Nic travel blogger - influencer
Cerignola, Ý564 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 4 năm 2024 • Gia đình
la vista è spettacolare si vede un panorama eccezionale sulla città che appare in tutto il suo splendore dall'alto di questa terrazza naturale
Đã viết vào 22 tháng 4, 2024
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Séraphin P
Sainte-Adele, Canada1.696 đóng góp
4,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 4 năm 2024 • Cặp đôi
In addition to the history, artifacts, archaeology, art and views, a great opportunity to exercise! Then get lost on the way back via a different path.
Đã viết vào 9 tháng 4, 2024
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Talia
6 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 4 năm 2024 • Một mình
This is by far the best view over Verona. Can get very crowded mid day and towards sunset. The stairs take about 10 minutes to walk up if you're in good shape and there are many cafes around the bottom. I went on a run early in the morning around 8-9 and this was the best time to go as there are no tourists then.
Đã viết vào 5 tháng 4, 2024
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Paulo Rogério Haüptli
Sao Paulo, SP204 đóng góp
3,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 3 năm 2024 • Cặp đôi
The place is worth it for the view but I thought there was something more to it as it was a castle. Small but free parking. It's worth it for the view of the city of Verona
Đã viết vào 28 tháng 3, 2024
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investigator64
Ivanovo, Nga32.770 đóng góp
4,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 7 năm 2023 • Gia đình
Sinful - I love everything fortified... Therefore, when preparing for the next trip, I definitely look for all sorts of fortresses, fortresses, citadels, forts, etc. located in the place of the planned vacation or in the surrounding area. And in Verona, the legendary city of the Scaligerians, I was of course interested in the barracks of Castel San Pietro (caserma erariale di castel San Pietro).
Rising on the hill and square of Verona of the same name, rising above the steep bank of the Adige, they give the impression of a serious fortification (although in reality they are not). I want to say right away that this building is interesting in at least three aspects: historical, fortification and architectural.
In order not to copy-paste the popular Net information, I will allow myself to tell you only in separate strokes what I saw. The very location of Castel San Pietro suggests that this object did not appear here by chance: judge for yourself - from ancient times this site was a strategic place for control over the bend of the Adige River and the surrounding territory (this alone explains the ancient traces of the PRE-ROMAN found by archaeologists settlements dating back to the Iron Age!!!
This circumstance suggests the existence of at least a fortified village. Further - more: at the end of the 1st century AD, the Romans came to these lands and the first thing they did was build a fortified structure (something between a castrum and a castellum - the forerunner of a fortress) to protect the approaches through the Adige crossings to the oppidum (center) of the city , erected a little later on the opposite bank of the river.
Well, isn't it wise? The local fortress reached its fortification heyday during the reign of the Marquis of Friuli, King of Italy and Emperor of the Romans Berengar I (first quarter of the 10th century). But!!! For a reason completely incomprehensible to me, the defensive “mission” of the fortifications on the top of the San Pietro hill at a certain stage of history “faded into the background”: instead of a fortified structure, an ancient Roman temple was built, erected on the ruins of an ancient pagan temple, which, after the establishment of Christianity, “changed shoes” into a church San Pietro in Castello (chiesa di San Pietro in Castello). And only in the 14th century, under the Count of Verona (and a bunch of other Italian cities), Gian Galeazzo Visconti returned to the topic of defending the city from the position of San Pietro Hill.
A fortified castle was built here, in addition to the count’s residence, which included barracks for the garrison soldiers (infantry and bombardiers), watchtowers and a site for placing artillery pieces. All these medieval buildings of the Visconti castle were “safely” blown up by French troops in 1801: the fact is that according to the Treaty of Luneville, which meant the end of the second anti-French coalition, the French pledged to liberate the left bank of the Adige and, of course, the castle.
In order not to leave such a “trump card” fortification to the Austrians, the soldiers of Napoleon Bonaparte simply blew up the castle-fortress of the 1st Duke of Milan. The Austrians thought for about forty years before they came up with the “brilliant” idea of restoring the St. Peter’s fortification of Verona. They approached the implementation of the idea thoroughly: they completely cleared the ruins of all ancient buildings, and invited specialists from k.k. to develop the citadel project. Genie-Direktion Verona" - the engineering department of Verona (an organization that was part of the armed forces of the Austrian Empire and was stationed in Verona in 1815-1866) under the leadership of Konrad Petrash.
It was according to this project that the state barracks of Castel San Pietro were erected in 1852-1858, which were originally called “Aerarialcasernen Castel San Pietro” (which means the first word in this phrase I never “snapped”, and the Google translator was powerless , giving something like “air cantonment”). It is this 19th century building (with minor changes) that we see now. I turn to the second aspect - fortification.
We must pay tribute to the authors of the project: they developed the latter taking into account the terrain and the goals/tasks facing the construction. Let me remind you that this was not just a barracks (a structure for long-term accommodation of army personnel, usually numbering up to a company), it was also a fortification. The relief and previous buildings (the foundations of the latter were partially used in the construction of the current barracks complex) determined its unique shape.
From a bird's eye view it is clearly visible that the shape of the barracks is almost a regular rectangle, elongated along the “northwest - southeast” axis. There is only one road leading to it - from the northeast Via Castel San Pietro; there are no access roads from other directions and the fortification is protected by natural relief elements.
The barracks building itself is flanked by two powerful rectangular towers (similar in style to the torre, only slightly smaller in size, rises in the direction of the Via mentioned above). Such voluminous premises of the barracks are due to the fact that it was intended not only to accommodate an infantry garrison, but also for a unit of artillerymen (a total of 452 soldiers and 9 officers!!!).
As for the representatives of the “god of war”: artillery platforms were equipped in front of the central building, facing the center of Verona, and the guns placed here could easily block with their cannonballs/shells the entire historical center of the city (Citta Antica), as well as the crossings across the Adige from the San Bridge -Pietro to the New Bridge. The defenders did not experience problems with water: back in the 16th century, a huge underground tank (cistern) was equipped in the citadel for the natural collection of water, which has survived to this day.
And finally, another aspect of Castel San Pietro is its architecture. The fact is that this Verona building is my first example of Rundbogenstil on numerous hiking trails!!! Surprised? I am completely surprised!!! Moreover, this very “round arch style” (and this is how the tricky word “Rundbogenstil” is translated) was first presented in Verona in the guise of Caserma erariale di castel San Pietro.
The author of this style is the architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel, the leader of romantic historicism in German architecture and the creator of an architectural and aesthetic “cocktail” of ancient forms (in Greek taste) and Gothic austerity of decoration (no unnecessary details).
And, what is most interesting, Mr. Schinkel’s first creation was almost a barracks - the New Watchhouse guardhouse on the Berlin Boulevard Unter den Linden. In the appearance of the Verona barracks Castel San Pietro, the Rundbogenstil (also called the style of Prussian Hellenism - Preußischer Hellenismus) appears in all its glory: you see “Byzantine striping”, Renaissance geometry, Romanesque round arches, facades with open brick cladding and polychrome arches lintels, a terraced roof with stylized white loopholes, “edges” above the windows and “inverted” cornice teeth.
For an ordinary, at first glance, barracks it looks simply fantastic!!! And, most importantly, I, who in my time described more than one hundred architectural must-sees of different cities and countries, came across a similar style of architecture for the first time on my travel march. I definitely recommend!!!
Đã viết vào 27 tháng 2, 2024
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marekhiaro
Vienna, Áo3.123 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 2 năm 2024 • Cặp đôi
It is located in the Veronetta district behind the Roman Theatre. We walked up the stairs given the timetable and the closure of the funicular. The effort of the staircase is overcome by the beauty of the breathtaking view of Verona from above.
Đã viết vào 26 tháng 2, 2024
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Carolyne T
Tannum Sands, Úc211 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 9 năm 2023 • Gia đình
Fantastic views from here. I also enjoyed the walk from the Arena, walking through the beautiful streets and along the river, crossing the bridge and then up to the funicular. It's definitely worth visiting on a day with good clear weather as the views are spectacular.
Đã viết vào 12 tháng 12, 2023
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Júlia
Barcelona, Tây Ban Nha402 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 12 năm 2023 • Cặp đôi
Ideal location on a hill from which you have unbeatable views of the city and also free!! I went up by funicular for €2 and the way down on foot since the path was easier and the surroundings were also beautiful.
Đã viết vào 6 tháng 12, 2023
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Barbara F
81 đóng góp
5,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 12 năm 2023 • Cặp đôi
5 minute climb... doable! Spectacular view... worth it! You can't miss it if you go to Verona!
Đã viết vào 4 tháng 12, 2023
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Jack
Genoa, Ý129 đóng góp
4,0 trên 5 bong bóng
thg 10 năm 2023 • Cặp đôi
Positive rating for the view you can enjoy from up there, otherwise a disappointment from all points of view.
We would also recommend paying more attention to the "refreshments" available at the arrival of the funicular.
Đã viết vào 7 tháng 10, 2023
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