CnP: Still – if you look at the castle you would notice that certain parts of the façade lost its lustre as pieces of plaster are missing showing the brickwork. Any plans to renovate the building?
APL: Since the Castle passed from our parents to us, the new generation, we have started a long and demanding project of recovery and enhancement of the entire complex. It began with the recovery of the two entrance towers for receptive use and inaugurated in 2016, to then move on to the most important interiors, object of study and rearrangement for the new path open to the public, the latter inaugurated in spring 2017. In 2018 and 2019, interventions continued in the noble wing to expand the path to visitors with the opening of new environments and also during the pandemic we worked on new projects. When it is possible, of course, we will then move on to interventions on the exterior of the Castle with the facades and the plaster. It is a demanding project, which requires time and a lot of resources.