The Ligny Tower, an old Spanish watchtower located on the tip of the city of Trapani. It, along with the Dovecote Tower is perhaps one of the monuments of the city of Trapani defines and characterizes mainly because the tip of the "sickle" town.
From the tourist point of view, the Tower of Ligny, in past decades housed a museum of prehistory with interesting exhibits the property of some historical interest.
In recent years the tower was closed for renovations until early 2012 when, completely restored was reclassified Museum and entrusted the management of the association Euploia-Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, which has made an interesting point incotro tourism based on multi-culture.
While it is true that the "Museum Tower of Ligny" (this is the actual name) is a museum in every respect, with archaeological evidence of prehistoric, Punic, Roman, and elimo the late Middle Ages, it is also true that the association has managed to combine the museum culture with the culture of sensory events such as music.
Inside, outside and on the terrace of the Tower of Ligny musical events are held so valuable as that of 26 July at 21.30, entitled "Notes on the Tower" where artists percussionists bring to life all the suggestions for the rhythms of the Mediterranean enjoyment of citizens and tourists.
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