With its characteristic stone houses built overhanging the gorges of the Ciuffenna River, this small town has preserved many of the original aspects of the Castle of Conti Guidi. The historical center is worthy of a visit, where one may admire the crafty interweaving of cobblestones in alleys and narrow streets, often surmounted by bridges built from one house to another.
More precisely, in the lower part of Castrum Lauri, where, beside the houses, there are shops and laboratories of craftsmen and tradesmen. This was the economic heart that pulsated around the small town square.
The first found relics of the residence date back to the 1300s. The frescoes in the living room and photos found during the various stages of restoration, are a further confirmation of its historical authenticity.
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Dimora Casa Eugenia
Piazza Nannini, 2/A
52024 – Loro Ciuffenna (AR)