‪Castello di Giulio II‬

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timoteo2016
‪Rovato‬, إيطاليا1,558 مساهمة
زوجان • ديسمبر 2021
‪Fantastico castello voluto da papa leone secondo.
Bellissimo anche se l'ho visto solo dall'esterno.
Curato molto bene.
Lo consiglio vivamente ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 17 ديسمبر 2021
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Jacques G
‪Meriel‬, فرنسا94 مساهمة
زوجان • أغسطس 2021
‪Une visite du château du Pape Julius II pour terminer la découverte d'Ostia Antica.
Petite visite qui se fait tranquillement avant de reprendre le train pour la capitale. Quelques plafonds restaurés et un bel escalier en colimaçon‬
كُتب بتاريخ 14 أغسطس 2021
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Masked Reviewer 😱762
روما, إيطاليا2,748 مساهمة
زوجان • أبريل 2021
‪Peccato per chi non ha potuto visitarlo anche gratuitamente la prima domenica del mese oggi non si può ancora per le restri‬
كُتب بتاريخ 14 أبريل 2021
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paola649
روما, إيطاليا720 مساهمة
زوجان • يناير 2021
‪In una delle zone più ricche della Penisola per le testimonianze archeologiche romane e medievali, precisamente nel bel Borghetto di Ostia Antica, antistante l'antica chiesa di Sant'Aurea, si erge l'imponente castello quattrocentesco di Giulio II, voluto dall'omonimo papa. Assolutamente da visitare insieme alla chiesa e agli scavi archeologici da qui poco lontani.‬
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Martha P
‪Thessaloniki Region‬, اليونان30 مساهمة
سبتمبر 2020
‪Πιστεύω ότι το κτήριο αποτελεί ένα σημαντικό κομμάτι της περιοχής και χαίρομαι που δίνεται η δυνατότητα επίσκεψης και με μια μικρή ξενάγηση στα ιταλικά, ωστόσο εξαιτίας της επιδημίας είδαμε ένα πολύ μικρό κομμάτι του κτηρίου. Η θέα από ψηλά είναι καλή.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 12 أكتوبر 2020
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valter23
roma853 مساهمة
سبتمبر 2020
‪La sua imponenza domina il borgo di Ostia Antica, e il relativo Parco Archeologico, spero che possa essere sempre visitabile non solo il sabato e la domenica.‬
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Renato Toss
‪Rovereto‬, إيطاليا4,025 مساهمة
أكتوبر 2020
‪In attesa di entrare al sito archeologico di Ostia Antica abbiamo deciso di visitare
il castello medievale di Giulio II , che contiene anche un museo della ceramica.
Purtroppo si è potuto ammirare dall'esterno , causa Covid Si è ammalato e rimasto chiuso.‬
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ViaggiaViaggiaViaggi
Noto1,492 مساهمة
يونيو 2020
‪Il borgo del Castello è veramente delizioso, passeggiando sembra di fare un tuffo nel passato. Delizioso‬
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Peter S
روما, إيطاليا3,333 مساهمة
أغسطس 2019
‪Review covers the Castello di Giulio II, Ostia Antica, Rome
Ostia Antica is a hidden gem of a small town 40 minutes from the centre of Rome by train – explore the three separate but easily identified towns that span >2,400 years; from the beginning of the Ancient Roman Empire through to the Middle Ages and on to the modern day. Well, the 19th century town that has developed along the Viale dei Romagnola and to one side of the Via del Mare. This is where you take a day away from the Eternal City, escape the crowds in the Centro Storico Romano and enjoy a mix of urban and rural images of Italy through the ages.
Getting to Ostia Antica from Rome is easy – take the San Paolo to Ostia Lido train and get off at Ostia Antica station – the seventh stop. Ticket will cost you €1.50. You need to change at Piramide if you’re on the Metro B Line - direction Laurentina – follow the crowds at Piramide - same ticket. Follow the signs from Ostia Antica Station across the footbridge into the town – 250 m. At the Viale dei Romagnola crossing the Castello di Giulio II is clearly visible on your right with the town behind it; if you’re heading towards the Archeological Park (i.e. the scavi/excavations) – once the originally the port of Rome - keep following the signs straight ahead.
Originally located at the mouth of the Tevere, Ostia (i.e. Latin/Ostium/entrance/river mouth) is now 4 km in land (with the modern town of Ostia Lido on the coast). The mouth of the Tevere has shifted further north to Fiumicino. The scavi represents Ancient Rome in all its delightful heritage – 34 ha of housing, public baths, shops, temples, mills, markets, etc. that are typical of local towns through the ages. Frequently compared to the better-known Pompeii – but different.
Then there is the mediaeval village of Ostia Antica – officially the Borgo di Gregoriopolis – behind fortified walls and beneath the walls and towers of the Castello di Giulio II. There are a couple of gates in the walls that open on to the Viale dei Romagnola – enter the first gate into the spacious Piazza della Rocca – il Castello is there to your right.
Marvel at the integrity of this old settlement – so close to the modern city of Rome – robustly inhabited. It’s a museum piece - couple of times each year you’ll find a film crew here taping a heritage television programme. You will also find half-dozen well-placed restaurants and bars (and a gelateria) for that early evening meal before taking the train back to the city. The walking distances are short. At some time during the day, take ten minutes and sit quietly inside the Borgo or just outside the wall in Piazza Umberto 1 and reflect upon the timeliness of it all, including the monument on the wall to the workers who drained the Pontine Marshes hereabouts 130 years ago.
The medieval Borgo is a gem – classical images in the features of the separate buildings, the paving in the piazza and the fountain to one side; the way the houses on the perimeter blend into the walls. Then, of course, there is the castle. The entrance is through an iron gateway set into the wall opposite the Basilica di Sant’Aurea. Check the time of opening on the gate. Typically, this is at the weekend during the summer months. Step down into the earthworks/ditch/moat and cross to the ticket office/Cassa behind the ravelin.
The renovation of Gregoriopolis and the construction of the castle that followed dates from the late 15th century into the beginning of the 16th century around 1,000 years after the original Roman Ostia was abandoned. The work is attributable to Pope Giulio II – and thus the popular name. A papal apartment and complementary artwork were subsequently added.
The Tevere had silted and shifted with the years largely cutting the port off from the sea, although it continued to provide for passenger traffic. Walls and castle provided protection from pirates and maritime/customs control of light shipping until flooding inundated the castle, moat and Borgo creating extensive marshlands in the area. By then the Tevere had shifted permanently one km west leaving the castle high/dry. The castle had a military/service history of <100 years before being abandoned. Four hundred years later – in the modern era - both Borgo and castle were restored.
The castle is small with triangular shape ground plan – designed to fit into the limited space between the Borgo and the river. The walls are the same length and feature a tower in each corner; two level with the battlements and the third substantially higher - perhaps twice the height of the walls. Vision and field of fire would have been good. The higher tower predates the castle by 60 years and had been constructed for much the purpose – control; it was incorporated into the castle
Having collected our tickets, we waited next to the Cassa for the group to form. Our guide arrived and distributed hard helmets – they’ve been provided for a couple of years now – exemplifying the inevitable march of health and safety issues across the country.
The tour begins on the ground floor – narrow passageways with limited headroom through the subterranean space required for ground-level fire positions, utilities, stores, munitions, food, water, etc. sufficient to counter the siege mentality typical of those time; before rescue forces arrived. Dark and, with a moat around it, presumably damp and inhospitable. (For a time during the 19th century the castle was used as prison.)
A steep narrow masonry staircase with rope handrail leads to the floors above. Large open rooms – both original/undeveloped and others modernised – power/climatized/windows – and containing museum artifacts/items in glass cabinets. The guide provided the stories that bring the rooms and contents to life. Then more stairs to the spacious open deck on top – surrounded by the battlements – perhaps 4 m high with crenels (i.e. protected fire positions) with a walkway around the inside from where to fire the muskets/guns of those times. All rather novel, quaint even, but representing the latest in military defence 600 years ago – with increased use of explosives and cannon – and the vulnerability of masonry/brick walls. The castle is in fine well-maintained condition.
And, the ‘pièce de résistance’ of our visit – no, not the frescoes – they come later, but the gorgeous views from the battlements across the surrounding country, Borgo and parklands – spectacular. The view from the top of the high tower is no longer on the guided tour, although it was during our visit two years earlier.
You descend slowly through the papal apartment – long shallow staircase passed wall decorations – fresco paintings and mosaics – taking time to appreciate the stories behind the images courtesy of the guide - and leave the castle through the gate into the piazza.

Peter Steele
20 July 2020‬
كُتب بتاريخ 20 يوليو 2020
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p d
‪Ostia Antica‬, إيطاليا3 مساهمات
مايو 2020
‪Aperto saltuariamente. Ma vale la pena tentare la visita al sito, magari in occasione di quella agli scavi archeologici di Ostia Antica.
La Rocca domina un piccolo borgo dove c'è qualche ristorantino e dove è piacevole passare qualche ora‬
كُتب بتاريخ 19 مايو 2020
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