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LARP Etemenanki -05/02/23- L'Ombra della Guerra

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3, Strada della Rocca, Varano de' Melegari, Parma, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

from 2023-02-05 10:00:00 to 2023-08-10 17:00:00

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The Pallavicino Castle, also known as Varano Castle, is a fortress that stands in the town of Varano de 'Melegari in the province of Parma, on the northern side of the Val Ceno.storiail Torrente Ceno represented a strategic area between the 6th and 8th centuriesFrom a military point of view, as it constituted the border line between the territories of Parma and Piacenza;It is legitimate to assume that therefore then there were also places supervised by the watercraft and roads that connected the plain with the current Liguria and Tuscany. The first source that documents the existence of the original defensive castle of Varano is theCronaca Pallavicina, dating back to 1087, which attest to the property in Uberto Pallavicino, nephew of Adalberto di Baden. In 1208 the manor was reconstructed at the behest of the Municipality of Parma, on the remains of the pre -existing fortification of the 11th century. In 1249 the emperorof the Sacro Romano Empire Federico II of Swabia invested the Marquis Oberto II Pallavicino of the Feudo di Varano.
Il Castello Pallavicino, noto anche come castello di Varano, è una fortezza che sorge nel paese di Varano de' Melegari in provincia di Parma, sul versante settentrionale della val Ceno.StoriaIl torrente Ceno rappresentava fra il VI e l'VIII secolo una zona strategica dal punto di vista militare, in quanto costituiva la linea di confine tra i territori di Parma e di Piacenza; è lecito presumere che quindi già allora vi si trovassero luoghi sorvegliati a presidio del corso d'acqua e delle strade che collegavano la pianura con le attuali Liguria e Toscana.La prima fonte che documenti l'esistenza dell'originario castello difensivo di Varano è la Cronaca Pallavicina, risalente al 1087, che ne attestava la proprietà a Uberto Pallavicino, nipote di Adalberto di Baden.Nel 1208 il maniero fu ricostruito per volere del Comune di Parma, sui resti della preesistente fortificazione dell'XI secolo.Nel 1249 l'imperatore del Sacro Romano Impero Federico II di Svevia investì il marchese Oberto II Pallavicino del feudo di Varano.

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