In the XVIII century barns and warehouses were built next to the castle of Julius II, once used to house the products of the surrounding lands. Today these ancient buildings are unique apartments. The access is through a wrought-iron gate that introduces a short and mild tier (as shown in photo), lined with plants and wisteria - hence the name - decorated with different objects including an ancient Latin inscription on the old stone: Hic manebimus optime (Here we will stay excellently).
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