Talk:Torre dei Capocci

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Contested deletion[edit]

This article should not be speedy deleted as lacking sufficient context to identify its subject, because this tower is one of the most important middle age surviving towers of Rome, both architecturally and historically. See for example, Emma Amadei, "Le torri di Roma" or a whatever guide of Rome. The tower is cited - among others - by Ferdinand Gregorovius in his monumental work Geschichte der Stadt Rom im Mittelalter. Of course, the article should be expanded. --Alex2006 (talk) 07:13, 11 November 2013 (UTC)