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Borghese

(bōrgā`zā), Roman noble family, originally of Siena. It produced one pope, Paul VPaul V,
1552–1621, pope (1605–21), a Roman named Camillo Borghese; successor of Leo XI. He was created cardinal (1596) by Clement VIII and was renowned for his knowledge of canon law.
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, several cardinals, and many prominent citizens. The Borghese were noted patrons of arts and letters. Scipione Cardinal Borghese built the fine Villa Borghese in Rome. Camillo Borghese, a general under Napoleon I, married his sister Pauline BonaparteBonaparte
, Ital. Buonaparte , family name of Napoleon I, emperor of the French. Parentage

Napoleon's father, Carlo Buonaparte, 1746–85, a petty Corsican nobleman, was a lawyer in Ajaccio.
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Borghese during the handing over of the award congratulated the youngster for his outstanding work against bullying and encouraged him to continue transferring messages of courage, love and respect that he is promoting both through his speeches and his art.
Staying at the five star Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa, offering views over the Villa Borghese and an extensive Prince Spa an array of facilities, the package includes free spa access, one free night, a 15% early booking discount, a free upgrade to a Deluxe Park View room, private return transfers and return flights from London Heathrow with Alitalia.
Staying at the five-star Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa, offering views over the Villa Borghese and an extensive Prince Spa with an array of facilities, the package includes free spa access, one free night, a 15% early booking discount, a free upgrade to a Deluxe Park View room, private return transfers and return flights from London Heathrow with Alitalia.
NNA - "We share the same goals, based on the legacy of Pope John Paul II and Imam Musa al-Sadr," MP Ali Bazzi, said Saturday evening during a dinner banquet held by the Maronite Order at the Villa Borghese in Italy, in the presence of the Maronite Patriarch Cardinal Beshara Boutros Rahi, Ambassador of Lebanon to Italy Mira Dahir and Lebanon's Ambassador to the Vatican Farid Khazen.
At the very least, you would imagine that [pounds sterling]185,000 per week would rent you a mansion in exclusive St George's Hill where you can swing from the Borghese crystal chandeliers (should you so desire) and quaff champagne by the swimming pool-load.
Carey announced that it has entered into an agreement with private developer Borghese Logistics Participaties II B.V., to expand an existing logistics facility situated in the Port of Rotterdam area in the Netherlands.
There will be a shuttle bus service from Piazzale delle Canestre, Villa Borghese to the Stadio Olimpico from 3pm on Wednesday with a return service to Villa Borghese post match.
Among the iconic locations where the dining service has taken place include the Strip of Las Vegas, the gardens of the King David Hotel, the Marina of Dubai, the hills of the Villa Borghese, the banks of the St.
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BenchAaAaAeA@ a distan di diversi decenni, entrambe disvelano un potentissimo punto di vista, una presa di posizione etica nei riguardi della classe borghese del tempo.
The academy was founded in 1929, first located at Villa Borghese district; then it was moved to Collo Opeyo Palace in 1930.
Formerly known as the Aleph Rome Hotel, it is an 88-room hotel based near all of Rome's tourists sites such as the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Villa Borghese and many other key attractions.