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Palazzo Chigi di Ariccia, Lazio
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Palazzo Chigi di Ariccia is located in Lazio. Palazzo Chigi di Ariccia is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our online itinerary creator, Castel Gandolfo Edition.
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  • Beautiful building with original furniture, interesting Baroque with executives well displayed. We couldn't visit the park for climate issues but the rest is truly not to be missed.
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  • I was with friends to visit this stunning residence of the Chigi family and I must say it is really a gem not to be missed! About constructing the town that houses the Palace, from the bridge to the entrance, you can admire a view of Rome from the top truly stunning! The Palace and grounds are wonderful (not to be missed, see secular Holm, sequoia and the Aviary). The furnishings and finishes inside are all original but I was amazed at the leather-covered wall wallpaper and painted with gold and lapis lazuli! Special thanks to the guides who have exhibited all in great detail. Not to be missed and I would recommend you go to visit as soon as you can.
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  • I visited today this splendid palace overlooking the Bernini Piazza di Corte of Ariccia. Unfortunately I could only enjoy the beauty of the rooms of the Cardinal, the first floor (with Christofer as test-tube Guide) and the garden (accompanied by Silvia speech) because, in the afternoon, an order of the Mayor following the strong earthquake of October 30, closed the for 7.41 caused structural inspections on a visit to the Museum of Roman baroque palace but blocked : too bad!! Palazzo Chigi, complete all his antique furniture and decorations, seems to live again in a time away and at the height of its splendour. A place full of charm. It would be very nice if visitors, having enjoyed the magnificence of the Palace and the Church of Santa Maria Assunta in Cielo, could enjoy the little jewel of the Locanda Martorelli, but alas, it is closed.
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