When I drove to a small town called SIRMIONE, it was surrounded by lake water. There were already many cars parked along the road, all of them came to visit the Scala family castle built in the water. Crossing the bridge and entering the city gate, the Scala family’s castle stands in front of me. I have always had the feeling of a fairy tale world for buildings built in water like Europe. Think about the solid walls inside and the surging lake outside. What motives did the Italians take such painstakingly? We climbed up a small hill and looked at Lake Garda from the olive trees. Lake Garda here is as vast as the sea. The difference is that she does not have the surging waves of the sea, but the endless tranquility and serenity...
Too shocking, beautiful, tall and tall. Finally know what is out of reach. The Scala family castle is breathtaking
Be regarded as a famous family in Italy, full of gorgeous atmosphere
Lake Garda is beautiful, the town is built on the lake, and the environment is beautiful
The Kasbah Art Museum, built by the Adige River, was once a castle that symbolized the Scala family of Verona lords and was built by Cangrand II in the 14th century. This magnificent building has been honed in the history of wars and battles. With Verona, it has gone through several generations of rulers-the Wisconsin family, the Napoleonic Empire, the Austrian Empire, etc., and now it has become the Municipal Art Museum (Museo di Catelvecchio) , Across a wooden suspension bridge, a splendid art palace is immediately greeted with many valuable art treasures, such as Pizarro’s "Virgin Mary" and Carlo Crivel's "The Passion of the Jesus" Virgin Mary in Time, Manteni’s "Holy Family", Veronese’s "Put Jesus Down from the Cross", etc. There are also many precious jewels, weapons, glass products, etc., of which the most worth seeing The most important thing is the statue of the knight unearthed from the tomb of King Cangrande.
Extending from the castle across the Adige River is the famous Ponte Scaligero (Ponte Scaligero). It was built in the 14th century and was destroyed by the Nazi army during the Second World War. After the war, it was rebuilt by citizens. The Scala Bridge is an excellent photographic material. Many photographs and landscapes that reflect the style of Verona have this bridge.