The tower of Traversara, in Bagnacavallo, was built around 1370. Originally it was only a defensive tower, then it became a fortified house and, around 1736, a “villa”. Owned by Hercolani family, it passed to the local Count Vitelloni and later to Leonardo Rambelli, chief engineer by Venice and Rome Water Court; finally the tower was owned by the painter Giuseppe Rambelli, follower of Fattori, who stayed here till the fifties and painted it in many of his art works.
Address: Via Traversara, 48012 Traversara di Bagnacavallo (RA)
Phone: 0545 280898, info – Tourist Information Office
Fax: 0545 280859
Web site: http://www.torreditraversara.weebly.com
How to get
4 km from Bagnacavallo’s town centre, Ravenna – Traversara direction. Car park.
private propriety, open upon request or during special events
(Updated to 16/11/2019)