View from the top of the tower

The tower is placed on the top of the hill. It is made out of two hypogean floors which are reachable by two different paths.

It has plenty of symbolic values, well beyond the pleasurable belvedere. The tree elevated floors were originally painted in black, light blue and yellow, colours probably linked to the top hierarchy ranks of the masonry.

The tower presents, on the out side, a combination of roman-gothic styles harmonically melted in an elegant eclecticism. The entrance presents a fake bookcase made in plaster and wood.

Going up, floor upon floor the number of windows increases as to take one from darkness to the light of knowledge, up to reach the top floor, with fourteen windows and a 360° view of town.