According to historians, Frederick II was a rather turbulent young man, who often ignored the rigid rules of the Court. When he became King of Sicily, because of his passion for arts, he decided to grant a similar permission to Troubadours, i.e. the minstrels, love singers and poets that were very popular at that time. Just like his subjects, the Emperor appreciated their passion, fantasy and ability to find – and this is the origin of the Provençal name “Troubadour” – new stories of ladies and knights capable of arousing the emotions of the audience, conveying moral teachings, and evoking an idealized past. If you are keen on travelling with your imagination to such an historical and emotional period of time, you will be immediately fascinated by the ceiling frescoes of the Troubadours Room and taken back to the past, towards the mysterious and fascinating years of the Middle Age.
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