CASTELLO DI POSTIGNANO: THE CRUMBLING ITALIAN GHOST TOWN SAVED BY TWO ARCHITECTS by Josephine McKenna

Castello di Postignano almost looks like a Medieval cliché. A hodgepodge of centuries-old buildings stacked up the side of a lush mountain in a forgotten corner of Italy, the village was abandoned decades ago and narrowly survived demolition. But unlike the thousands of ghost towns that crisscross the Italian peninsula, the crumbling hamlet was saved by two architects who have spent the past 25 years lovingly restoring it and bringing it back to life.

 

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