This is one of the many small castles dotting villages and towns all over northern Italy. Pandino is a big sleepy village in the middle of the wide plains of Lombardy and the castle is only noteworthy because there isn't much else of any interest in the area. The courtyard is covered in remains of frescos, the moat has been filled and turned into a dull and unkempt park and there is very little to see.
The village probably does not have the resources to do anything more but the place feels very unloved.
If you are in the area you can spend 15 minutes walking around the place and then forget about it - but that's it.
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