The place where you get a birds eye view of the rural landscape. (3 years and 72 days ago)
Hassans Wall Lookout is near Lithgow, New South Wales, Australia, and has an amazing view from the Blue Mountains on the left and over the Hartley Valley. Please view high res. (3 years and 107 days ago)
The towers were, on average, rectangular and circular.
The square towers were organized with the purpose of sighting and to give shelter to the population in the event of a landing of pirates "turcheschi".
These towers (made in part with tax exemptions approved by Genoa, in part with the system of "Sequella") were connected to each other because of fires signage and extended from the coast to inland villages to form a ring of light communications: the signals they used a double code of communication with the lumen clean and clear, said signs of the net, people are warned of the arrival of ships with allies and friends as flashing lights or fire bad is signaled enemy ships operating so that the number of intermittent warned about the number of ships on the horizon and so the direction of the smoke could indicate, if possible, place of origin. (5 years and 1119 days ago)