Aragonese Castle in Black and White

Aragonese Castle in Black and White

The island of Ischia is a volcanic island in the Tyrrhenian Sea. It lies at the northern end of the Gulf of Naples, about 30 km from the city of Naples. It is the largest of the Phlegrean Islands. This image was shot from a top of the Aragonese Castle. The castle which stands on a volcanic rock, is the most impressive historical monument in Ischia, built by Hiero I of Syracuse in 474 BC. In 1441, Alfonso V of Aragon built a stone bridge which connected the rock to the island, and fortified the walls in order to defend the inhabitants from the raids of pirates. It has been occupied since ancient times by a various nations.

Comments

  1. Christian says:

    Is their a way to buy a high resolution copy of this image?

    • Hi Christian, I am happy to sell you a copy of this image. The price and size is determined by what you can afford and where you live for delivery. Thank you for your interest.
      Cheers,
      Dave Banks

      • Christian says:

        I live in Tarzana, CA.I would love to buy a copy of the image in digital form so I could get it printed on canvas at Cosco. I wanted to get a print for my living room not sure what size.

        Can you sell the digital image?

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