Villa Paganini, Rome

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Villa Paganini, Rome

This villa is a part of a property acquired by cardinal Giulio Alberoni, minister of Philip V of Spain, during his Roman sojourn in 1721. At present it is a public garden.

Villa Paganini (Largo di Villa Paganini)
00198, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Transit: Policlinico (861 m S), Metro B
Shown By "Map B Zone" As "1"
Nearby Bed & Breakfast:
Ristorante Villa Paganini Di Ladiimi Mohamed & C. Snc
Vicolo della Fontana, 28, 00198 Roma, Italy +39 06 4423 1448

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