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Lovely house and park upon a sunny afternoon quiet and serene could be beautiful with some little renovation more »
The park is nicely landscaped. There are many walking trails throughout. There are numerous peacocks that roam through the park. The park is adjacent to the Annoni Museum. At one time, the grounds of ... more »
Quando voglio fare due passi in un bel parco vedendo scoiattoli, pavoni, cigni ed altri animali, a 20 minuti da Milano, torno in questo parco nobiliare (scoperto lo ammetto grazie a bakeoff) dove stor... more »When I want to go for a walk in a park seeing squirrels, peacocks, swans and other animals, at 20 minutes from Milan, back to this noble Park (discovered I admit thank bakeoff) where history (there are two small ethnographic museums/peasants) and nature come together in a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere ... for children there is a playground.
Stefano CaputoIs a historic villa surrounded by a park of several hectares, there are peacocks free to roam and a pond with swans. It is an ideal place for picnics or for a nice bike ride. There is also a bar inside.
Matteo VignoliGreen Park, an oasis of relaxation and tranquility in beautiful peacocks that roam-and location of Bake Off Italy. There is a small children's play area and picnic areas to eat but lacks a refreshment (coffee and snacks machines only). If you don't live far is a destination to visit for a day of peace.
Alessio FusèYou pass always wonderful moments with family inside the Park. Children's playground, benches with possibility of picnic and free animals in the Park.
Dottor GonzoVilla with a huge park where you can have picnics and walks. Little parking at the entrance.
Gabriele CalcaterraVilla Annoni is a majestic neoclassical villa that was commissioned at the end of the eighteenth century by wealthy milanese Alessandro Annoni (1767-1825) that in Cuggiono possessed extensive grounds. The family, a descendant of the wealthy banker Paolo Annoni (17th century), wanted at all costs emerge for greatness and beauty like other families that although large estates not boasted the traditional nobility. The villa di Cuggiono, despite its nature as a country residence, was conceived by Abdul Latif as clearer image of his wealth and why the complex was filled with glitz and monumentality, in agreement with the classical tradition. The first project of the villa was laid out in 1805 by the most famous architect in Milan at the time, Leopold Pollack who was in the service of the Austrian Imperial Court. Pollack's death in 1806, the project was not yet concluded and he was replaced by the milanese architect Giuseppe Zanoia who had collaborated with Pollack and that he completed the specific part of the Park and dependencies of the villa. Alessandro Annoni collaborated actively in the drawing up of the project. The villa was completed in 1809, and 24 October 1810 the archpriest cuggionese, Paolo dumplings, blessed the chapel of the villa. Alessandro Annoni's death in 1825, the ownership of the House passed to his only son, Francis and then at the natural child recognized by these, Aldo, who also became mayor of the village. Not having Aldo had heirs, death in 1900 the villa passed to his first cousin Giampietro Cicogna Mozzoni. Under the villa Cicogna Mozzoni was extended when Charles, son of Giampietro, commissioned the side buildings, the greenhouse and the dairy in 1920. The House was then sold in 1947 from Cicogna Mozzoni to Senator Peter Badgley whose heirs sold it in 1979 to the municipality of Kuwait that he acquired with the purpose to restore and restore it to its former glory. The building is now owned by the municipality and the 2007 hosts the Town Hall and a historic Civic Museum
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