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Background imageCastel Collection: Lorenzo Ricci

Lorenzo Ricci
LORENZO RICCI - Italian general of the Jesuits when it was being widely attacked, despite his personal qualities imprisoned by the Pope in the Castels Angelo where he died. Date: 1703 - 1775

Background imageCastel Collection: Fireworks on the Tiber

Fireworks on the Tiber
Firework display at the Castel sant Angelo, Rome, with St Peters in the background lit up by the cascade of light

Background imageCastel Collection: Oxford Castel C16th ?

Oxford Castel C16th ?
Plan of the motte and bailey castle of William the Conqueror showing the ditch, surrounding houses & their gardens, the Session House & St Georges Tower & the keep

Background imageCastel Collection: Castel Rosso, Greece

Castel Rosso, Greece

Background imageCastel Collection: Translation of Back of Manuscript Map of Castel Rosso -1

Translation of Back of Manuscript Map of Castel Rosso -1

Background imageCastel Collection: Manuscript Map of Castel Rosso

Manuscript Map of Castel Rosso

Background imageCastel Collection: Castel Ruggio, Cisme, Greece

Castel Ruggio, Cisme, Greece

Background imageCastel Collection: Castle of Castel Rosso

Castle of Castel Rosso

Background imageCastel Collection: Castel Rosso

Castel Rosso

Background imageCastel Collection: Beech C-45F Expeditor MM61717 - RR-26

Beech C-45F Expeditor MM61717 - RR-26
Beech C-45F Expeditor MM61717 / RR-26 (msn 7102), at Parco Ditellandia, Castel Volturno, Italy. Date: 1999

Background imageCastel Collection: Castel Nuovo, Piazza Municipio, Naples, Italy

Castel Nuovo, Piazza Municipio, Naples, Italy
Castel Nuovo (Maschio Angioino) - a medieval castle located in front of the Piazza Municipio in Naples, southern Italy. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageCastel Collection: Silver altar, with a frame of ebony, from the chapel of Husu

Silver altar, with a frame of ebony, from the chapel of Husu
Silver altar, dated 1620, with a frame of ebony, from the chapel of Husum Castle. Originally associate with the sister of Christian IV, the Duchess Augusta

Background imageCastel Collection: Beech C-45F Expeditor MM61717 - RR-26

Beech C-45F Expeditor MM61717 - RR-26
Beech C-45F Expeditor MM61717 / RR-26 (msn 7102), at Parco Ditellandia, Castel Volturno, Italy. Date: 1999

Background imageCastel Collection: Castel Sant Angelo, River Tiber, Rome, Italy

Castel Sant Angelo, River Tiber, Rome, Italy
Castel Sant Angelo, Mausoleum of Hadrian and bridge over the River Tiber, Rome, Italy. Vintage 19th century photograph

Background imageCastel Collection: View along Mediterranean, Naples, Italy, Castel dell Ovo

View along Mediterranean, Naples, Italy, Castel dell Ovo
Vintage 19th century photograph: View along the Mediterranean, Naples, Italy, Castel dell Ovo

Background imageCastel Collection: The Ponte Sant Angelo and Castel Sant Angelo, Rome

The Ponte Sant Angelo and Castel Sant Angelo, Rome
The Ponte Sant Angelo on the River Tiber and Castel Sant Angelo, Rome. Built by the Emperor Hadrian in 134AD. With St. Peters Basilica in the background. Castello e Ponte S. Angelo

Background imageCastel Collection: View of Palace of the Caesars, Rome

View of Palace of the Caesars, Rome. It was built on the Palatine Hill by Emperor Augustus and is also known as the House of Augustus, Domus Augusti

Background imageCastel Collection: French opera singer Simon Chenard 1758-1832

French opera singer Simon Chenard 1758-1832 as Prince de Catane in the opera Prince de Catane by Rene Richard Castel after Voltaire at the Opera Comique, Paris, 1818

Background imageCastel Collection: Mausoleum of Hadrian -Castel Sant Angelo - Rome, Italy

Mausoleum of Hadrian -Castel Sant Angelo - Rome, Italy
circa 1910s

Background imageCastel Collection: Sack of Rome or Sacco di Roma (1527). Charles

Sack of Rome or Sacco di Roma (1527). Charles
" Sack of Rome or " Sacco di Roma" (1527). Charles Vs mutinous troops watch over Castel Samt Angelo, where Pope Clement VII was imprisoned. Xylography. FRANCE. Paris

Background imageCastel Collection: Italy. Castel Gandolfo. Church of San Tommaso da Villanova b

Italy. Castel Gandolfo. Church of San Tommaso da Villanova b
Italy. Castel Gandolfo. Church of St. Thomas of Villanova. Built by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680) between 1658 and 1661 under Pope Alexander VII Chigi as the Palatine Chapel of the Papal Palace

Background imageCastel Collection: Entrance to King Alfonso V of Aragon (1396-1458) in

Entrance to King Alfonso V of Aragon (1396-1458) in
Alfonso V of Aragon (1396-1458). King of Aragon, Naples and Sicily. Detail of a triumphal arch depicting a quadriga carrying the king Alfonso V of Aragon (1396-1458) in their entrance to Naples

Background imageCastel Collection: Virgin statue. Castel Gandolfo. Italy

Virgin statue. Castel Gandolfo. Italy

Background imageCastel Collection: Fountain by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680). Castel Gandolf

Fountain by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680). Castel Gandolf
Fountain designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680) in 1661. Liberty Square. Castel Gandolfo. Italy

Background imageCastel Collection: Italy. Castel Gandolfo. The Papal Palace or the Apostolic Pa

Italy. Castel Gandolfo. The Papal Palace or the Apostolic Palace. 17th century. It has served as a summer residence for the Pope

Background imageCastel Collection: Italy. Castel Gandolfo. Building with the portrait of Pope J

Italy. Castel Gandolfo. Building with the portrait of Pope John Paul II, born Karol Jozef Wojty?C?a, (1920-2005). He was Pope from 1978 to his death in 2005

Background imageCastel Collection: Portugal. Montemor-o-Novo. Walls of the Castle. Built in 13

Portugal. Montemor-o-Novo. Walls of the Castle. Built in 13th century. Alentejo region

Background imageCastel Collection: Portugal. Montemor-o-Novo. Walls of the Castle and Clock Tow

Portugal. Montemor-o-Novo. Walls of the Castle and Clock Tower at botton. Built in 13th century. Alentejo region

Background imageCastel Collection: A Roman lime-kin, ca. 1634-1637, by Sebastien Bourdon (1616

A Roman lime-kin, ca. 1634-1637, by Sebastien Bourdon (1616
Sebastien Bourdon (1616-1671). French painter. A Roman lime-kin, ca. 1634-1637. Alte Pinakothek. Munich. Germany

Background imageCastel Collection: Catapult and ammunition. Castel Sant Angelo. Rome

Catapult and ammunition. Castel Sant Angelo. Rome
Italy. Rome. Catapult and ammunition. Castel Sant Angelo

Background imageCastel Collection: Archangel Michael, 1753. Statue by Peter Anton von Verschaff

Archangel Michael, 1753. Statue by Peter Anton von Verschaff
Italy. Rome. Archangel Michael. Statue on the top of Castel Sant Angelo by Peter Anton von Verschaffelt (1710-1793). Bronze

Background imageCastel Collection: Italy. Rome. City panorama

Italy. Rome. City panorama from Castel Sant Angelo

Background imageCastel Collection: Coat of arms of Pope Alexander Vi. Castle Sant Angelo. Rome

Coat of arms of Pope Alexander Vi. Castle Sant Angelo. Rome
Italy. Rome. Mausoleum of emperor Hadrian or Castle Sant Angelo. Coat of arms of Pope Alexander VI (1431-1503). Detail

Background imageCastel Collection: Mausoleum of emperor Hadrian or Castle Sant Angelo. Rome

Mausoleum of emperor Hadrian or Castle Sant Angelo. Rome
Italy. Rome. Mausoleum of emperor Hadrian or Castle Sant Angelo

Background imageCastel Collection: Italy. Rome. Tiber river from Castel Sant Angelo

Italy. Rome. Tiber river from Castel Sant Angelo. Panorama

Background imageCastel Collection: Archangel Michael, 1544. Statue by Raffaello da Montelupo (1

Archangel Michael, 1544. Statue by Raffaello da Montelupo (1
Italy. Rome. Archangel Michael. Statue by Raffaello da Montelupo (1504-1566). 1544. Castel Sant Angelo

Background imageCastel Collection: Renaissance art. Castel of Issogne. Murals. c. 1500. Represe

Renaissance art. Castel of Issogne. Murals. c. 1500. Representation of a market. Aosta Vallery. Italy

Background imageCastel Collection: Syria. The Citadel of Aleppo. Entrance

Syria. The Citadel of Aleppo. Entrance
islamic art. The Citadel of Aleppo. The majority of the construction as it stands today is thought to originate from the Ayyubid period. 13th-15th centuries. Entrance

Background imageCastel Collection: Charles VI (1368-1422), the Beloved. King of France. Charles

Charles VI (1368-1422), the Beloved. King of France. Charles
Charles VI (1368-1422), the Beloved. King of France from 1380 to his death. Charles IVs secretary Pierre Salmon presents the manuscript to Charles VI. Miniature. 15th century. France National Library

Background imageCastel Collection: Greece. Mystras. The Castle. Built in 1249 by Guillaume II t

Greece. Mystras. The Castle. Built in 1249 by Guillaume II the Villhardouin. Until the Turkish conquest in 1460, Mistra was ruled by Bizantine princes, who from 1347 bore the title of despot

Background imageCastel Collection: The Embarkation of the Catalan Volunteers for the Cuban War

The Embarkation of the Catalan Volunteers for the Cuban War
History of Cuba. Ten Years War or Great War (1868-1878). The Embarkation of the Catalan Volunteers for the Cuban War in the Port of Barcelona, 1870. Painting by Ramon Padro Pijoan (1809-1876)

Background imageCastel Collection: Henri De Belsunce

Henri De Belsunce
HENRI FRANCOIS XAVIER de BELSUNCE de CASTEL-MORON Bishop of Marseille, who won great repute for his heroism during at outbreak of plague in that city. Date: 1671 - 1755

Background imageCastel Collection: CHIGI (1630- ?)

CHIGI (1630- ?)
AGOSTINO CHIGI nephew of Pope Alexander VII, governor of Castel Sant Angelo, Rome, married a Borghese principessa Date: 1630- ?

Background imageCastel Collection: Verona, Italy

Verona, Italy - the main scene shows the Castel Vecchio Bridge (Scaliger Bridge) and the inset shows the unique floating boat mills of Verona, the last one of which stopped working in 1929

Background imageCastel Collection: Castel (Castle) Sismondo, Rimini, Romagna, Italy

Castel (Castle) Sismondo, Rimini, Romagna, Italy Date: 1903

Background imageCastel Collection: Verona, Italy - The Castel Vecchio Bridge over River Adige

Verona, Italy - The Castel Vecchio Bridge over River Adige
The Castel Vecchio Bridge or Scaliger Bridge is a fortified bridge in Verona, northern Italy, over the Adige River. The bridge was totally destroyed by retreating German troops on April 24, 1945

Background imageCastel Collection: Castel Fleuri - St Symphorien, France

Castel Fleuri - St Symphorien, France
Castel Fleuri (a Hotel) - St Symphorien (Indre-et-Loire departement, part of Tours), France. Date: 1914

Background imageCastel Collection: CAFFI, Ippolito (1809-1866). Castel Sant Angelo

CAFFI, Ippolito (1809-1866). Castel Sant Angelo



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