MuzeuHidden Beauties - Villa Vannucchi
Around 1755, along the ancient Via Teglie, the prince Giacomo d’Aquino Caramanico, bought a complex of two buildings: a mansion with a Roman-style lodge and a farm of fourteen moggis with a wood.
The project for the new villa was commissioned to the architect Antonio Donnamaria, who built it according to the neoclassical style. In 1851 the villa was sold to the count Charles Van den Heuvel and then, in 1912, to the family Vannucchi.
For many years this villa and its garden had been totally abandoned. In 1944, by the end of the Second World War, the Anglo-American allies had used it as a base camp for the tanks.
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