Musei di Villa Torlonia
A poche fermate d'autobus direzione centro città, la splendida Villa restaurata recentemente si compone di una parte museale, con la sorprendente Casina delle Civette (Museo delle Vetrate), il Teatro, le Catacombe Ebraiche... e di luoghi d'interesse sparsi nel parco, quali il Ninfeo, i Propilei, le…
Mussolini's house park and theatre, formerly owned by the aristocratic Torlonia family!
The park, built in the 19th century, contains many fine trees and stands of huge bamboos, a theatre, a small museum of Roman statuary and the enchanting House of the Owls. Art Nouveau style.
Villa Torlonia, the most recent of the villas belonging to Rome’s nobility, still retains a particular fascination due to the originality of its English-style garden (one of the few examples in the city), and to the unexpectedly large number of buildings and garden furniture in the grounds. The…
“This invigorating museum has two locations that expose you to the wild world of modern art. With acclaimed international artists, a café, restaurant, terrace, bookshop and art installations, both galleries are fast becoming creative public meeting places. The Spazio Area has wifi, international art magazines, newspapers and holds events and workshops with poets, artists and philosophers. The MACRO in the Spazio area used to be a Peroni beer factory, while MACRO Testaccio is a former slaughterhouse with pavilions built as far back as 1888.”
“charming and exclusive items. At the top there a nice view, you can have a rest drinking a cup of coffee”
“4th century church with a a round building and well preserved original layout and mosaics.”