In this second and last part of the post Ripafratta's Fortress, I would like to introduce my first Time-Lipase that i made with my camera. I practiced for a few days, and I'm enjoying the results(It's of course that i need learning much more yet!).
The next series photos I bring for you the outside view of Ripafratta's Fortress, Serchio River and your flume.
Florence completed the domination of Pisa in the sixteenth century, and the castle was of no further value to them. In 1509 the Ripafatta's Fortress came back belong to Community of Pisa.
In 1628 it became a Granducal farm, and in 1845 a nobile family of Ripafratta called Roncioni bought it.
Nowadays it's abandoned, and only has an association and local volunteers to keep the place possible to visit yet.