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We were quite interested in visiting the villa and took the time to walk there on a very warm day, only to find it closed between 1:00 and 5:00. Returning at 5:00 on the dot we learn that a tour would be given in English...More
There are few names known as worldwide as Nobel so it is a pity and shame that the magnificient villa where he died is not given the attention it merits. Alfred Nobel didn't have any children, the large house and vast terrain changed owners several...More
It was the first visit to San-Remo. Spring, sunny weather and friendly citizens all around. We have been so surprised wonderful architecture of Villa Nobles. The internal exposition did not impress us. But the garden against the backdrop of nearby houses with its fence was...More
Alfred Nobel moved for health reasons from Paris to Sanremo in 1890. He had found a suitable villa, where he also moved his laboratory (reconstructed with help from the Swedish Nobel foundation). Today little of his belongings inside the house remains. His bedroom, where he...More
I felt a little depressed when i enter the garden from the seapath. The garden havent got love for many years. Even Swedish dandelions/maskrosor, who are weed, grow there. Some of the entrance fee would go to gardening. This house is important for more people...More
This place serves a good history and understandig behind the Nobel Price and the life of Alfred Nobel , the founder . Not so much about his lifestyle or life in the house. What I would say to the people behind this exhibition is ;...More