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Thousands of Paleolithic-era artifacts have been recovered from the nearby area of Ca’ Belvedere (for Casa Belvedere) and dated to around 850,000 years before the present, making them the oldest evidence of human habitation in Italy.
- Forlì, Cesena and its province 2005. Touring Editore. 2006. ISBN 8836534880. Retrieved 2012-05-29.
- Muttoni, G. et al., 2011. First dated human occupation of Italy at ~ 0.85 Ma during the late Early Pleistocene climate transition. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 307(3-4), pp.241-252.
- Ca' Belvedere di Monte Poggiolo (Castle Belvedere of Mount Poggiolo)– English
- Castle pictures – Italian text
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