[june 2012] Vigevano of north Italy is famous for its beautiful square, but there is a castle, too.
Castello Sforzesco was built at the end of 15th century as Piazza Ducale.
Sforza family who governed Milan, ran here, too.
They rebuilt a hunting hut owned by Visconti family who governed here before them into a rich noble residence.
Here the raised wide corridor (road) where horses could run is something to see.