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Villa Albani Torlonia: A Tour of Neoclassical Grandeur

An architectural journey awaits in the pages of a photographic tome

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With vast grounds of towering pine woods, oak-lined avenues, and exquisite gardens, Rome’s Villa Albani Torlonia is a magnificent legacy of the neoclassical movement.

Villa-Albani-Torlonia,-Cd2Commissioned by Cardinal Alessandro Albani to house his expansive collection of antiquities, the villa was built between 1747 and 1767 by architect Carlo Marchionni.

Villa-Albani-Torlonia,-CdFor the very first time, this extraordinary slice of cultural heritage is documented in print form. Villa Albani Torlonia: The Cradle of Neoclassicism takes readers on an immersive journey through the property, including its gardens and fountains. The book features more than three hundred images by Italian master photographer Massimo Listri, all in an oversized, lavish edition.

 

This story is from Magnifissance Issue 111

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