Villa Mussolini owes its fame to Mussolini's wife who made this magnificent villa her vacation home. The villa gained ... More
Villa Mussolini owes its fame to Mussolini's wife who made this magnificent villa her vacation home. The villa gained immense popularity during the world wars when it saw an influx of foreign dignitaries and diplomats at its portals. Since then the villa has become a popular tourist attraction with its lush garden and fabulous views. The place also acts as a venue to host a wide array of cultural events from time to time. Call for more details on current and upcoming events.
This beautiful villa is neoclassical in style and was designed by the architect Giovanni Martinetti. It is located on a
hill which is bordered by the Ravone river, because of this the villa has become known as Palazzo Ravone. ...
The villa belonged to the Medici family and Cosimo, Florence's new Duke, began the work on renovating the grounds, he
planned an Italian garden with geometric designs, Vasari made the Duke's dreams become reality. At the center of the ...
Founded in the 2nd century B.C. in northern Italy, Vicenza prospered under Venetian rule from the early 15th to the
end of the 18th century. The work of Andrea Palladio (150880), based on a detailed study of classical Roman ...