Castello Aragonese

Piazza Castello, Castrovillari (Cosenza)

The creation of the Castle was part of the broader project of Ferdinand I of Aragon, which included the refurbishment of the existing fortresses and building new. The...

Protoconvento Francescano - Primavera dei Teatri

Via San Francesco D'Assisi, 1, Castrovillari (Cosenza)

Museo Civico

Via S. Francesco D'Assisi, 4, Castrovillari (Cosenza)

The Civic Museum collects evidence and archaeological remains that surround the historical heritage of Castrovillari and surroundings, from Prehistoric Era to...

Pinacoteca Andrea Alfano

Via San Francesco d'Assisi, 1, Castrovillari (Cosenza)

The Art Gallery dedicated to the local artist Andrea Alfano (1879-1967), author of poems and exceptional painter, brings together more than 300 works, including...

Santuario Madonna del Castello

Via Porta del Fiumicello, Castrovillari (Cosenza)

The Church was built around 1090, under Ruggero Borsa, Duke of Apulia and Calabria. The originary structure had to be very different from today: the entrance was...

Museo d'Arte Sacra San Giuliano

Largo San Giuliano, Castrovillari (Cosenza)

Set up in the sacristy of the St. Julian's Basilica, is a collection of valuable paintings, sculptures and silver of the XVI century.


Castrovillari is a town and comune in the province of Cosenza in the Calabria region of southern Italy. In 2010 its population was 22,586. History The name derives...


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