Castle of Ceri
The castle of Ceri is located 35 km north of Rome, in the heart of a region of Etruscan civilization theatre. It was built by the Orsini of Anguillara in the late 15th century on top of a limestone cliff, next to a pre-existing medieval church and the dwellings of the small village.
The Castle took its current form in the 800 with crenellated walls bordering its precious roof garden that offers extensive views over the surrounding countryside.
The garden with trees, antique roses, iris, the orchard with "limonaia" and the historical frescoed rooms of the piano nobile, is a prestigious setting for receptions, weddings, conventions, events.