Last Updated on 2022/10/31
Castello di Musellaro is a castle in Bolognano, Pescara, Abruzzo.
The structure is composed by three distinct parts. The Tabassi Palace, which is owned by the same-named Sulmona family, is located on the western side. The remaining three stories of the palace are decorated with openings that have white stone frames, little balconies with iron railings, and carved wooden shutters. The building’s main part faces Crocifisso Square and is currently being used as a hostel.
The second entry has an arquebus that is clearly visible, and the other three have rectangular windows with stone cornices supported by carved corbels. The most lavishly designed gateway is on one side, in the Renaissance style with curved corbels and angels bearing a coat of arms.
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