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The castello di Lombardia is the land where, in the 5th century BC, there was a temple dedicated to Ceres. Replaced by a castrum under the Byzantines, in Norman turned into Castle. The name comes from the lombardiche infantry occupied the Queen Adelaide, wife of Roger I of Sicily.
The location of the Castle offers a vast panorama.
Not far from the Castle stands the Rocca di Cerere built in direction of the rising sun; Since the first settlement of the 14th century BC was a place of worship and became an integral part of the nearby sanctuary.
the Cathedral of Enna is a remarkable example of medieval ecclesiastical architecture: built in the fourteenth century and revamped around two centuries later, imposing Corinthian colonnades has three naves and three apses. The façade is majestic, with Bell Tower whose Bell is of considerable size. Inside valuable paintings and chandeliers. Among the works kept, frescoes by Borremans. The dome is a highlight of the celebrations of Holy week in Enna.
II Musical Art Museum of Enna, 3 m is the first multimedia Museum in Sicily. Located in the historic centre of Enna, between the Lombardy Castle and the Cathedral, experience a new way of popularizing the art, history and traditions, combining images of masters of painting, from the Sicilian Antonello da Messina to Renato Guttuso, evocative soundtracks, made specially by the composer ennese Sebastian O, founder of the Museum. Permanent exhibitions in the masters of Sicilian Painting music (by Antonello da Messina to Renato Guttuso), with more than 600 paintings in virtual exhibition; Sicily E
Fortified Palace in Gothic-Catalan style, the construction of which is attributed to the early 16th century, overlooks the piazza Napoleone Colajanni. Has been home, over the centuries, many notable families such as Falanga, Pandit and Notarbartolo. Is arranged on several levels; on the first floor there are the rooms and dwelling (including the sala Magna) and the ground floor premises of services; the attic was dedicated to bondage. Frames, arabesques and characterize the structure sigils; in particular the frame divides the ground floor from the noble has three Windows adorned with lace in
The octagonal tower, was built by Emperor Frederick II on the probable remains of the Greek Theatre. Its octagonal shape, which follows the Eastern model of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, suggests that it was used for la rosa dei venti. In each case was a defense tower to control that side of the city of Enna, which was exposed to possible assaults of the enemy. The tower rises atop a wooded hill. From its Summit gaze sweeps across the high city and the valleys below, up to Etna.