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“Near Porta Padova we are dominated by the compact volume of the so called Torre di Malta. It rests on a rough basement in concretionary cobblestone about 5 metres high and consists of several storeys, with holes and arrow slits, and with rests of summit stone corbels reaching 21 metres. It is a rather early work. Starting at least from 1256, our sources attest the existence just past Porta Padova of a “girone”, that is a defensive reduit based on a robust keep, where Ezzelino da Romano’s captain found his last refuge against the besiegers.
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