Acquaviva Tower

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It is located next to the Church of San Michele Arcangelo and is a perfectly preserved structure dating back to 1397, when the feudatory of Mosciano was Andrea Matteo I d'Acquaviva. 28 meters high, it has a square plan of 6 meters on each side and has a crenellated crown decorated with corbels.

In the 16th century, when the adjacent church was deeply restored, openings were made to the tower to accommodate the bells and since then it has been used as a bell tower, housing four bells today.

Acquaviva Tower
SP15a, 64023 Mosciano Sant’Angelo TE
Lat: 42.749360
Lng: 13.888731