Via Pinciana, Rome
"Via Pinciana, Rome" submitted by RomeTour Editorial Team and last updated on
Friday 29th April 2011
The street goes along the original part of Villa Borghese, from where the further expansions begun. Here is the entrance by F.Ponzio erected in 1609. In the end of Via Pinciana, where the neighbourhood of musicians begins, so called because the streets in it bear the names of the great composers, is a construction in Renaissance style created in 1914 as an adjoining part of Palazzina di Grotta Pallotta.
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