VILLA I CEDRI, FLORENCE

Villa I Cedri was built in the XVI century on a smaller pre-existing cluster dating back to the XIV century. It was first property of the Bardi and subsequently of the Compagnia del Gesù.In 1765, following the suppression of the church’s property, the villa was bought by Giovanni di Antonio[…]

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VILLA IACHIA, RUDA (UD)

Not far from the splendid Grado and Aquileia, Villa Iachia is a historic house from the eighteenth century protected by the Belle Arti, which opens the doors of this “corner of paradise” to provide a unique and charming holiday in its rooms full of history.The huge park and the meticulously[…]

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VILLA IL CASTELLANO, PORTO SANT’ELPIDIO (FM)

Villa il Castellano lies between the rivers Chienti and Ete Morto. It is stands on the site of a Roman outpost and a subsequent medieval castle belonging to the Archdiocese of Fermo. In the 16th century, Giorgio Arianiti Comneo and his wife, the princess Colonna di Corsica, moved here from[…]

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VILLA IL CICALETO, SARGIANO (AR)

The ancient Cicaleto estate, composed of a 17th-century villa and a group of cottages, lies along the road in the Sargiano hills at the gates of Arezzo. Of particular note are the grounds, surrounded by a centuries-old boxwood hedge, bordering on the Sargiano forest, a nature preserve for rare species[…]

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VILLA ISOLANI, OZZANO DELL’EMILIA (BO)

A 260-square meter building in Bolognese neoclassical style which can host up to 200 people. Guests will be welcomed in the charming atmosphere of the past in this 19th-century villa, surrounded by the greenery of a splendid park.

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VILLA LA CONTESSA, TORACCA (SP)

Villa La Contessa is a XVII century villa, owned by the family Oldoini, a family of Cremona who settled in La Spezia around the XV century.The villa is set in a small village called “Toracca” of much older history. The village in fact, accordingly to the feudal tradition, was completely[…]

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VILLA LA COSTAGLIA, QUARRATA (PT)

Villa La Costaglia is situated 20 km from Florence, 8 km from Pistoia and 9 km from Prato, immersed in a 3 hectares park and surrounded by its farm which produces wine and oil.It was built at the beginning of the 17th century by the Lenzoni family and is still[…]

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VILLA LA MERIDIANA, SANTA MARIA DI LEUCA (LE)

  Located on the edge of the earth, Santa Maria di Leuca, de Finibus Terrae, has ancient origins: Virgil talks about it in the Aeneid describing the landing of Aeneas at the Salentini. To the wonder of mythological events, we must add the one that comes from the contemplation of[…]

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VILLA LA PALAZZINA, CASTEL SAN PIETRO TERME (BO)

The villa dates back to the XVI century. From the beginning of the 1500s to 1750, it was owned by the Legnani Ferri family, then it became property of the Malvezzi family, one of the most ancient of the city of Bologna.Villa La Palazzina is composed of three buildings, among[…]

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