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Jardins da Villa Borghese

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Uno dei 6 ingressi monumentali di Villa Borghese, edificato al termine del 1827 e situato in Piazzale Flaminio. I propilei da cui l'ingresso prende il nome furono progettati da Luigi Canina su modelli dell'antica Grecia.
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Mirco
Mirco
February 4, 2020
Stretching from above Piazza del Popolo to the top of Via Veneto, Villa Borghese crowns Rome in a glorious canopy of Green. Despite the onward march of the years and extensive developmental changes to Rome, Villa Borghese has remained a green and pleasant space, diluting the impact of an otherwise…
Jessica
Jessica
December 11, 2019
one of the biggest and most beautiful parks in Rome
Ferdinando
Ferdinando
February 5, 2020
Villa Borghese is a landscape garden in Rome, containing a number of buildings, museums and attractions
Tristan
Tristan
December 10, 2019
A 5-minute walk from the Studio, it’s the third-largest public park in Rome – covering over 80 hectares of land. Inside the park, you can find one of Rome’s very best art galleries, with masterpieces from famed artists such as Caravaggio, Bernini, Raphael, and Titian. Another attraction I advise to…
Clo
Clo
November 16, 2019
Roma è una della città più verdi del mondo e Villa Borghese con i suoi viali alberati, il laghetto i musei è quanto di meglio si possa fare se si vuole passare qualche ora in relax tra il verde e l' arte
Alex
Alex
November 28, 2019
A perfect place to enjoy the city in a quiet and joyful way! This is one of the largest and beautiful parks in Rome. The are many fountains, some lakes with kind animals, and electric buses to bring you from one side to the other (it is large)! You can rent a golf car or a bicycle inside the park. …

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Roma, Lazio 00197
Telefone+39 06 0608
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