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Parco di Villa Chigi

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Parco di Villa Chigi

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Via di Villa Chigi 24 Municipio II , quartiere Trieste, Rome Italy
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dt_mon wrote a review Dec 2019
Constanta, Romania102 contributions106 helpful votes
The park is great, some green land on the top of the hills to admire a breathtaking few of Bologna, probably this is not in the 5 things to do, but it was a nice city-escape. Some photos attached
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Date of experience: December 2019
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giorgiocannella wrote a review Nov 2019
Rome, Italy811 contributions100 helpful votes
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One of the most beautiful examples of the arts of painting and fresco in the Rome of the 1700s. The villa of cardinal Flavio Chigi; then in open country, now included in the urban fabric of Rome. Particularly interesting "Il romitorio": an entirely frescoed and painted room to depict a monastic hermitage in a context of ancient wall ruins. Those interested in visiting this villa should contact the Mondo X Association.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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