Castell de la Trinitat XVIIIth. century | Ideal reconstruction of the "castell de la Trinitat" or the Trinity Castle, that controls the interior bay in the Gulf of Roses (Catalonia, Spain). Its name comes from a hermitage built in 1508, which was destroyed, along with a defense tower that was erected in the area, when the castle was built between 1544 and 1551 by engineer Pizaño, by order of the Emperor Charles I. Virtual reconstruction of his state original s.XVIII after several renovations and expansions. It was finally destroyed by its blasting in 1824 during the Napoleonic Wars. Based on most recent historical data through a complete architectural reconstruction.