Italian Godfather III castle which sees politician assassinated on sale for €6million

A sprawling Italian castle which featured in The Godfather III has gone on the market for a cool €6million (£5m). 

Boasting 22 bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a wine cellar, library and more, the Castle of the Pennisi Family of Floristella, as it is known, is the perfect pad for film buffs.  

Nestled in the coastal town of Acireale, at the foot of Mount Etna, the stately property – measuring 43,055Sqft – witnessed the on-screen assassination of Don Lucchesi in the 1990 classic by Francis Ford…

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