The town of Agazzano offers many interesting things to do; in Agazzano, indeed, you can find the impressive Boffalora Castle (Castello Boffalora). The castle was most likely constructed around the 13th century by the Arcelli family, who originally owned various fief properties in the area. The castle changed hands in the late 15th century and then again in the early 17th century. After this, the castle changed owners quite a number of times, due often to unfortunate events, until it was inherited in 1995 by Alessandro Birichetto Orsi, the current and sole owner.
The castle has a rectangular layout with five towers; four of these are located at the corners of the structure, while the fifth is located at the entrance to the castle, right in the center of the northwestern façade. The towers have different shapes, but all are square; they, like the castle, are built of stone, except for protruding elements, which are composed of bricks. In the courtyard there is a portico on the ground floor and an 18th century loggia on the first floor. Within the main body of the castle, the enormous halls of the first floor are very impressive, also thanks to their coffered ceilings and the large staircase whose vault is decorated with frescoes. A short distance away from the castle there are some rural structures of interest, like the small church built in 1726.
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