A short introduction to Roman villas and gardens

The young photographer Martina Corà tells the story of the numerous and varied gardens in Rome in her “Piccola Guida alle Ville e Giardini Romani”: let her work guide you through a charming walk among precious places, just waiting to be discovered.

Villa Torlonia

Villa Celimontana

Villa Giulia

Villa Medici

Villa Torlonia

A short introduction to Roman villas and gardens

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