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Museo Boncompagni Ludovisi


Published on:  2019-05-13 14:51:00

  Open House Roma

Patrician residence built in the early twentieth century by the architect Giovenale (1849-1934), the Villino Boncompagni represents the epilogue of the Boncompagni possessions in the area that housed the prestigious Villa Ludovisia, destroyed due to the development of the late nineteenth century. The stately building, very small in size, with a garden and an annex on the back, was renovated in the 1930s by Prince Andrea Boncompagni to make it his home and that of his second wife, the Swedish Blanceflor de Bildt. The rooms echo the ancient patrician glories of the family, especially in the large hall decorated with "trompe l'oeil".

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