This is the largest room in the castle, where the Fosdinovese people witnessed the public birth of the heir of the Marquise Maria Cristina Pallavicini, Carlo Agostino.
Gabriele’s room! Yes, because it is here that the poet came to take refreshment from the heat of the Versilian coast. Witness the signature in the guest register and his sentence about Dante Alighieri
There was a fine collection of rifles, pistols and sidearms at the castle in times gone by. The most valuable piece of all was the famous Lorenzoni rifle. So famous that it was rumored that with its sale the Marquis could have built a fifth tower
The Parrot Room owes its name to the particular furnishings and paintings on the wall, as well as to the watercolors of Aunt Gaby, sister of the Marquis Carlo Filippo, who spent her holidays painting on the hanging lawns of the castle.
This room, in the heart of the castle, has entirely decorated walls and owes its name to a swallow’s nest under the window overlooking the roofs. Every summer, for more than six years, they have been returning from Africa to take back the nest that was their or their feathered friends.
The Blue Room is located in the southern wing of the castle and was part of those rooms rented to the Benedictine friars on retreat in the summer for meditation and contemplation.
It owes its name to the custom that almost became a practice during the nineteenth-century period of hosting artists, especially sculptors, but also painters, musicians and poets in these rooms.