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Ancient Castle's Kitchen

Since time immemorial the concept of the “family hearth” has been the focal point of any self-respecting home, and in the Castle it finds its sublime expression in the ground floor kitchen and dining room, that area where one gathers with family and friends to enjoy the preparation and consumption of a good meal with a fine glass of wine.  The Umbrian culture of hospitality and its tradition of fine cuisine is one of the highlights of any visit. The kitchen of the Castle has been re-created with large ancient chestnut cabinets and state of the art culinary technology, ready to take on the most demanding of chefs.  A massive fireplace bears witness to the work of those cooks who, in the Middle Ages, prepared meals for large numbers of famished knights and travellers. Go to the second part of the text

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Artistic detail of the "Ancient Castle Kitchen"
- Full kitchen in solid old chestnut doors from Tuscany and Umbria of the seventeenth-century full of countless guns and technologies "full optional". Top in precious "marble of Montepulciano "
- Solid walnut dining table of the nineteenth century. 6 chairs with turned legs
- Full Service tiled "Ricco Deruta" for 12 people with the coat of arms current owner of the family
- Large panel of Deruta majolica art depicted with "Renaissance Dinner"
- Triptych of large dishes parade of Deruta majolica art with domestic scenes of the '400
- Oil painting on canvas "Still Life with food and groceries," of the the nineteenth century.
- Pair of large wrought iron chandeliers of the nineteenth century. with winged dragons
- Sandstone fireplace of the nineteenth century with hood and chimney including the thickness of the walls
Last Updated on Friday, 24 August 2018 17:31