Continuing the idea of
stealing repurposing reality for fiction, I present the cliffside Citadelle de Bonifacio, in Corsica. Now a tourist attraction, it’s the placement that is what makes this worth considering for appropriation.
Near here, there is also what’s called the Staircase of the King of Aragon – steps cut into the side of the cliff that lead fromthe city down to the ocean [that angular line in the picture below]. (Apparantly for monks to have a direct route to the water, for possible deliveries by sea.)