Borgo Ginuga in Centuripe

 

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Borgo Ginuga in Centuripe is a new tourist accommodation facility located at the foot of Mount Etna. Very beautifull farmhouse left abandoned for a long time and then completely refurbished, without disturbing the original structure. A luxury farmhouse, surrounded by nature, not only with regard to architecture, but also for furniture, studied in detail. Borgo Ginuga is easily reachable, located in a strategic location as it is located before the city of Centuripe and close to the city of Catania and close to the motorway so that you can easily move around. This is a major tourist area both for the country of Centuripe and for the breathtaking view that the structure offers. We can find the brandin the architectural structure of Borgo Ginuga in the Centuripe city history, it is a circle depicting a particular flower. The origins of Centuripe are very remote and sink their roots in prehistoric times. The city of Centuripe, in addition to the beautiful landscapes, also offers remarkable archaeological remains. It was founded by the Sicilians towards the 8th century BC and since then it was inhabited seamlessly up to the 13th century BC, when it was destroyed by Frederick II of Swabia and rebuilt three centuries later. The urban layout, therefore, with its picturesque lanes designed for an animal traction route, it is still the sixteenth century. The period of greater flourishing of the ancient city was reached under the Roman domino between the 3rd and the 1st century BC. In the imperial age, between the 1st and 3rd century AD there are numerous public monuments, still preserved, which together with those of Taormina, Catania and Syracuse are the most significant traces of Roman architecture in Sicily. For example, during the course of the Simeto River, you can admire the remains of an imposing bridge. The remains of other monuments of the imperial age (I-III century BC) are preserved inside or on the outskirts of the town: the mausoleums of the Castle of Corradino and Dogana, the Acqua Amara and Vagni thermal buildings, the large masonry tank, terracing muraglions, the Panneria structure, the architectural complex with a mosaic room and and numerous statues of the imperial family now displayed in the nearby Archaeological Museum. Visit to the city and its archaeological heritage is an indispensable stage for those who want to see archaeologically relevant sites. The names given to each room of Borgo Ginuga originate from a deep passion of the owner for the fruit trees of Orange, Melograno, Magnolia and Glicine and report to their meaning. Our accommodation has no architectural barriers, so it is also suitable to accommodate disabled people.

 
 
 
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Address
 
Contrada Coco, Centuripe (EN)
 
 
 
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Contacts
 
3293921772 - 3297373789
 
 
 
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E-mail
 
info@borgoginuga.com