Pointe de la Parata
Pointe de la Parata, 20000 Ajaccio, France
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A majestic ruined Genoese tower located in the commune of Ajaccio which was built in 1550-1551 by Giacomo Lombardo. The tower is 12 m in height and has a diameter of 7.3 m at the level of the roof platform. It contains two vaulted rooms, one above the other which all gave a picturesque view of the sea and the area. One of the historical monument which was standing majestically in the seashore.
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