This villa was built in 1500 and later acquired by Pope Clement VIII Aldobrandini. The villa itself is not open to the ... More
This villa was built in 1500 and later acquired by Pope Clement VIII Aldobrandini. The villa itself is not open to the public, but the recently restored gardens are accessible. During restoration work in this area the gardens have been raised, and now offer a view reaching as far as the Gianicolo. The building forming the backdrop for the garden is baroque in style, and is now used by the Istituto per l'Unificazione del Diritto Privato, a law reform institution. The interiors contain paintings made by the Baroque artists of the Rennaisance which are frequently exhibited.
If you go through the San Pancrazio entrance to the Doria Pamphilj villa and follow the road upwards, you will
reach a small piazza with beautiful flowerbeds. The monumental arch is there, forming a second triumphal entrance to the ...
Design of Villa Borghese began at the start of the 17th Century when Pope Paul V Borghese was elected. Its
style resembles that of city villas from 100 years earlier. The gardens were especially cared for—aviaries were added to ...
Villa Doria Pamphili has its main entrance at San Pancrazio Gate though it has other entrances around its nine kilometer
perimeter. Besides being Rome's largest park, it is also one of the richest in terms of vegetation with tall ...