The three-storey villa dates back to the 17th century and was expanded in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Their owners changed repeatedly and the villa was damaged in the Second World War. It has been abandoned since the late 1950s.
Difficult, to find information about this place.
It was built on the remains of an ancient church from the fifteenth century and was used as a convent of a spiritual brotherhood. I don't know when it was given up.
Unfortunately the image quality is terrible and as well the photos aren't really sharp (because my previous camera worked faulty at times on this tour). Very annoying.
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Hello, here another post with a military graveyard in Italy that i'd visited last Summer during my holidays Here are a lot of tanks, perfect aligned, they looks pretty good, i don't know why they are parked here .... i think it's a shame when i think about the cost of one tank !!!! It was a little difficult to go there due the dense vegetation, but finally it was very impressive to see how much tanks here stayed.
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Such a beautiful abandoned villa in Italy. I couldn't believe my eyes when I entered this huge hallway with a stunning ceiling and painted walls.
There is also a chapel, but we had to be very quiet, I didn't take a look, cause it was very noisy.
Probably you have seen this one before, but I couldn't choose wich one to show you