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Casina delle Civette, Rome
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  • Well this little gem place in the Park of villa torlonia is truly enchanting. Once the home of torlonia remains really beautiful to look at and puts you in a heart beat in Barcelona but in many ways I liked most of the House of gaudi.
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  • Inside Villa Torlonia, already beautiful to herself, is the hoot owls. Magically beautiful art nouveau stained-glass Windows, find her and visit
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  • In a hidden corner of the Park was sculpted this little retro charm in which the porches, turrets majolica, the wooden ceilings, the loggias, paintings in tempera and the splendid Art Nouveau stained glass Windows are folded into memory as the figures in relief that we find in children's books. Not by chance if I were to use an adjective to define the curious chalet, located in the heart of Rome, I could not use the term "fairy tale". However I would not recommend a visit of the Interior because you'll end up in rooms almost bare. There are no furniture or paintings of great value. Beautiful stained glass, especially the green lobby with beamed ceiling and the wooden staircase leading to the upper floor, interesting stucco and wrought glass chandeliers, but I didn't find much else. I would like to make a note on the ladies Manning to welcome visitors, a discourtesy. Cold and unwelcoming limited to check the ticket (which must be purchased at the main entrance of the Park) and to point a finger at the beginning of the path and where it ends. Do not add anything and don't provide material. In fact if you try to ask them a question also seem annoyed. In each room, you will find small booklets that briefly explain what you are admiring. The ticket price for non-residents is 6 euros.
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  • It is inside a park and the villa used to be Mussolini's home. There are alsosome other interesting places that are worth checking out.
  • Very hard to get to. Not well marked at entrances. Grounds are terrible. The building exteriors are in disrepair and I felt like I was trespassing in an abandoned property. The Interior of the Museum IS nice and the rooms are interesting and lovely. The art is interesting but only as a walk by.
  • We visited the bunker tour, very good with an excellent tour guide. The park is very beautiful as well
  • Very nice quiet park, with 3 museums, theatre, and bunker, absolutely to see and spend some time here,
  • Great piece history, this house his so much story surprised it was the only paid attraction in this park, can't help but to think it could be out of reach for some people, wish it was free for all or for local residents.