- Via Castello, 62, Monzambano (MN)
The castle is an ancient fortress dating back to the XIII century situated in the center of Castellaro Lagusello, which preserves intact the original urbanistic plant, in addition to some medieval buildings and defensive works, including the four towers and the perimeter walls to defend the village. Built around the XIII century by the Scaligeri in Verona, was originally consisting of two distinct parts: the part north, with square tower and drawbridge to defense and the part to the south toward the lake as a residence. It was for many centuries contended for its strategic position on the border. In the half of the XV century the Republic of Venice seized of the village and kept it until the beginning of the seventeenth century when, lost its strategic function, the castle was sold to a noble family who became a part to your residence.