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Spanish Fortress

The Spanish Fortress looks like a huge complex that develops a quadrangular plan with an impressive shoe that stands at the top, culminating in the crowning of a protruding shelves that contain as many trap doors, where is the support railing which marks the summit terraces:
the crowns points in the design elements that also characterizes the Tower of Buranaccio.La fortification consists of two buildings huddled together, with the lower height of which is divided on the side facing the exterior walls sea.The there are a few stone-clad (mostly the corners) and others in whitewashed plaster, with numerous loopholes that open at various heights. 
Access to the complex is on the side facing the ground, where a door opens at the top level, preceded by a long and feature external staircase that ends with a bridge that replaced the lost original wooden drawbridge. 

A series of walkways and protected by curtain walls, linking the different parts of the fortress, including a series of flights of stairs leading to the covered terrace higher, where the two buildings were built to house the headquarters hairpieces and municipal offices after World War II. 
Originally, the summit was characterized by a series of watchtowers unfortunately perdute.Nella inside corresponding to the base shoe there were tanks ensured that large deposits of water, while higher levels were used as spaces for accommodation of the guards . 
Currently it houses a museum and exhibition space.