Villa Doria Pamphili

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Villa Doria Pamphili

(vēl`lä dô`ryä päm`fēlē), Roman villa, built in the 17th cent. for Camillo Pamphili, nephew of Pope Innocent X, from plans designed by Alessandro Algardi. It was situated against the western walls of Rome near the San Pancrazio gate. The Romans called it Belrespiro.
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The wedding was celebrated at Villa Corsini a Mezzomonte near Florence, Italy.
The Villa Corsini a Mezzomonte was decorated in the 1630s by Prince Giovan Carlo de' Medici with impressive, magnificent Renaissance frescos, including the work of Giovanni da San Giovanni, Francesco Albani, and others.
3), y, pasado el tiempo, ingresaria en los fondos del Museo Arqueologico Nacional de esta misma ciudad: en la actualidad se conserva, junto con otros marmoles antiguos, en la Villa Corsini de Castello (5).
I marmi antichi conservati nella villa Corsini di Castello, Firenze, 2004, no 76.
Overlooking the breathtaking Italian countryside, Kimberly and Edoardo repeated vows in the south garden of Villa Corsini a Mezzomonte, one of the last private residences once owned by Prince Giovan Carlo de Medici.
June 28, 2014 * Villa Corsini a Mezzomonte * Florence, Italy