It’s a military building. It sits on the hill of Saint Peter, a place of primary strategic importance and landscape importance, as it was the privileged position for controlling the river and the whole city. Here are the oldest traces of pre-Roman settlement. The fence of the castle was irregular and was equipped with twelve towers. Two access doors with drawbridges were placed respectively on the east side and on the south side.
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