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Villa Torlonia, Rome
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  • Most current changes took place during the 800 by Giuseppe Valadier, on behalf of the Torlonia. In 1977 the Villa was purchased by the city of Rome, which has over the years cared for the restoration of the buildings, and since 1978 is open to the public.
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  • Get yourself a nice morning or a relaxing afternoon to stroll through the Park of Villa Torlonia. You will dive in recent history. It was the residence of Mussolini and his family. You can visit the underground bunker that Mussolini had built in case of attack. The only drawback: the Park isn't at the height of its splendor, why not well maintained and administered, moreover as everything in Rome.
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  • Very impressive place for its Art Nouveau Windows, example of the beautiful Italian glassware art. The visit immerses us in a magical atmosphere, almost fairytale like warns the inscription on the portal "wisdom and solitude"!
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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.