Le Dimore del Quartetto

ASTAPIANA VILLA GIUSSO, VICO EQUENSE (NA)

Charme and relax in Sorrento peninsula: a XVII Century monastery transformed in a manor house. The farm, at 400 m. upon the sea, in a fascinating natural position overlooking the Sorrento peninsula and Bay of Naples and the Vesuvius is composed by different historical buildings and it is surrounded by[…]

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CASTELLO MEDIOTEMPLARE, CAMPOLATTARO (BN)

  The first historical record of this Castello comes from the tenth century with the beginning of the settlement and fortification of the town. Around the year 1000 the Castello consisted only of the Torre dei Normanni watchtower, which dominated Campolattaro from 1043 to 1139 as a defensive fortification for[…]

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FARMACIA DEGLI INCURABILI, NAPLES

  One of the most beautiful examples of the encounter between science and art is the historical Farmacia degli Incurabili, which is also remarkable as the best preserved hospital pharmacy of the old Realm. Artistically the pharmacy is an unsurpassed masterpiece of Baroque-Rococo style. From a historical perspective, the pharmacy[…]

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MONTEVETRANO, SAN CIPRIANO PICENTINO (SA)

At the foot of a medieval fortress, the Azienda Agricola Montevetrano is located on a 27-hectare land that a long time ago was part of a great estate owned by the Borbone family. In the 1940s, the villa was acquired by the Imparato family and, forty years later, Silvia Imparato[…]

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PALAZZO CENTOLA, SALERNO

  Palazzo Centola was built in the late 19th Century, just outside the ancient door of the historic centre of Salerno, a couple of decades after the construction of the G. Verdi theatre. After the demolition of the walls it has become one of the most important examples of civil[…]

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TEATRO DI PALAZZO DONN’ANNA- FONDAZIONE DE FELICE, NAPLES

  The construction of Palazzo Donn’Anna started in 1642 by the will of donna Anna Carafa (1607-1644), princess of Stigliano. Donna Anna married in 1636 the Duke of Medina, don Ramiro Núñez de Guzmán (1600-1668) that in 1637 was nominated viceroy by Filippo IV. The project of the monumental viceroyal[…]

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VILLA CHANDON, CONCA DEI MARINI (SA)

Close to Amalfi, on the coast towards Positano, Villa Chandon overlooks the sea in the small gulf of Conca dei Marini. It was the summer residence – from the 1960s to the 1990s – of the Chandon family, the famous champagne producer. It was originally a fishermen’s house. Riccardo di[…]

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VILLA WENNER, SALERNO

Since the end of the XIX century Villa Wenner was the Wenner’s home, who founded the textile industry in the Irno valley. Don Alberto Wenner built it in 1862 on the public soil of Pellezzano in the area that is still named “Villini Svizzeri” (Swiss Villas). In the same area[…]

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