Castel Bragher majestically rises out of a forest along the road that connects the villages of Taio and Tres
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Castel Bragher is named after Mr. Bragherio di Coredo, the first owner of the castle. In the 13th century, the castle was given to him as a fief. Originally there was only a castle keep which was used to control the road. Later on, when the Thun family took over the castle, it was enlarged. For more than 400 years, renovation work and extensions were carried out again and again until it got its current form. Today Castel Bragher is one of the most elegant castles in the Val di Non valley.
The buildings are shingle roofed, especially worth seeing is the tower (Torre della Pece) and the little church of S. Celestino with its valuable fresco cycle.
Castel Bragher cannot be visited. But the curtain wall and the ancient drawbridge can be watched from outside.