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[…]

Read More

VILLA ZERBI, TAURIANOVA (RC)

Villa Zerbi was built in 1786 and designed by Filippo Frangipane, an architect from Vibo Valentia, an Italian province formerly known as Montenapoleone.  The villa’s elegant facade with its grey granite gate and pronounced lesene is representative of the late Baroque period. The wrought iron balustrade’s volute, which is supported[…]

Read More

VILLETTA PALLAVICINI, GALLICANO (ROMA)

In 1669, Prince Giovan Battista Rospigliosi bought the Castles of Gallicano and Colonna along with the whole state of Zagarolo from the Ludovisi family. The following year, by marrying Maria Camilla, niece of Cardinal Lazzaro Pallavicini, he inherited the title, coat of arms and name.On the 29th of March 1729,[…]

Read More