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Villa — the magnificent house, in most cases country with a ground. It is possible as the summer residence.
The Roman villas are constructed according to architectural traditions when the art subtlety of execution was harmoniously combined with a surrounding landscape.
Villa Borghese — big park in English style. The cardinal suited to Borgeza him on a place of the former vineyards. In the territory of villa there is Gallery to Borghese, national gallery a villa Giulia, a zoological museum, a zoo, the Botanical garden and the lake with the island.
In 1903 the park is presented to the city.
Villa Giulia — was constructed for the Pope Yuli III, her name from here — Giulio as country summer residence.
Now — the National museum of Etruscan art.
Villa Medici — a villa adjoins villa gardens to Borghese, on a slope of the hill of Pincho.
In the XVI century the slope of the hill of Pincho was got by the cardinal Medici. In the XVIII century villa took over French and Napoleon Bonaparte gave it to the French Academy in Rome and since then owners of the Roman award live there.
Willa Doria of Pamphylia, Chelemontan's villas.
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