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Formerly a fortified manor house, the building underwent restoration work under Duke Marzio III (1660-1703), and became a hunting lodge and country retreat, while retaining high agricultural yields of the estate.
During the reign of Charles III of Spain, the building experienced its greatest splendour and it often hosted the king during his hunting trips. After Charles III left for Spain, the lodge fell into a slow decline.
Calatia Archeological museum:
Entry time: Every day 9:30 - 20:00, Closed on Tuesday