REBECCAC84: One of those strange glyphs Shaun mentioned is on this landmark. You should go find it!

Probably built for medieval defence, the Torre del Diavolo once had a walkway at its summit. The wooden spikes around the top held the boards of the walkway in place. Depending upon who you ask, the name (the Devil’s Tower) comes from either the fact that lightning once struck the tower, or that the original owner left on a trip, only to come back and find it slightly higher than when he left.

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