VILLA BORDONARO AI COLLI, PALERMO

Built in the 18th century for His Majesty King Ferdinand and Her Majesty Queen Carolina of Borbone during their exile in Sicily, Villa Chiaramonte Bordonaro ai Colli is today the house of the Barons Chiaramonte Bordonaro. Baron Luigi Chiaramonte Bordonaro Alliata, described by the international press as the “last  Gattopardo”[…]

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VILLA CIANCIAFARA, MESSINA

  Villa Cianciafara was built at the end of the eighteenth century on a pre-existing installation of medieval origin. It is one of the few in Messina, perhaps the only one, that has remained basically intact until today with its original functional division of spaces and the design of the[…]

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VILLA LAMPEDUSA, PALERMO

The Villa Lampedusa is a splendid example of a suburban residence, founded by Don Isidoro Terrasi in the early 18th century. The current appearance is thanks to the Classicist renovation done by the Alliata princes of Villafranca at the end of the 1700s. The villa is known for its stylistic[…]

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VILLA LUNA 1910, MESSINA

Villa Luna is an historic residence in Liberty style, which dates back to 1910. Entirely restored in the 1990s, each detail has been treated carefully in order to preserve the charm of the original building, using wrought iron and Sicilian ceramics of great value. Its exclusive view of the Strait[…]

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VILLA PULEJO, MESSINA

Villa Pulejo represents the epitome of charm and refinement of Sicilian historic homes. Like a journey through time, the nineteenth-century elegance is interpreted with personality and taste, while maintaining its unique style that has sentimental roots. Drawing on this inspiration, we wanted to give something unique to our city, Messina,[…]

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VILLA TRABIA, BAGHERIA (PA)

Villa Trabia was built by Michele Gravina, prince of Comitini, in mid-1700s, following the project of the architect, Abbot Nicolò Palma. The Villa was then bought by the prince Pietro Lanza di Trabia, who, in 1890, restored the villa modifying its original aspect. The current neoclassical structure of the villa[…]

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