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Villa Torlonia, Rome

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  • Beautiful villa on Nomentana. The best part in my opinion is the OWL House, with its beautiful stained glass Windows. The villa is not too big, so you can travel around all at once. There is also a beautiful theater inside, but it seems open only during performances.
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  • I don't live nearby and I hadn't yet visited Villa Torlonia but the afternoon spent with my children and friends was a treat besides the pleasantness of the Park can match the activities for children/teenagers to Technotown and discovery of our recent past with the Villa used as a residence of Mussolini, the bunkers and the Casa delle Civette certainly recommended
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  • Elegant mansion owned by the family, now open to the public. Located on caustic via Nomentana, surprising for the peace that is felt on the inside. Really cared for green spaces and very interesting to visit the Interior of the Villa
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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.