Castel Coredo rises on a hill above the same-named village in the Val di Non valley.
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Coredo Castle was built in the early Middle Ages by the Lords of Coredo: Today, the castle rises in a prominent position above the village of the same name, a district of Predaia. There is nothing left of the former medieval building.
At the beginning of the 15th century, the fortified castle was rebuilt under Prince-Bishop Giorgio II Hack. In 1477, the peasants of the surrounding area, who rebelled against the rule of the Prince-Bishop of Trento, occupied Coredo Castle. Then, in 1611, the castle was destroyed by a fire and remained abandoned to decay for a century.
Only in 1726 Sigismondo Nicolò Coreth had the castle rebuilt in its present form. Presumably, the earlier medieval complex was larger and extended over the entire hill. Inside Castel Coredo there are valuable furnishings, hunting trophies and a small collection of pictures.
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ticket: 9 Euros
reduced: 7 Euros
The castle can only be visited (by appointment) as part of a guided tour of about one and a half hours, which includes a visit to the nearby Palazzo Nero.
From 13 September to 1st November: open on public holidays