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Beautiful villa with interesting art and history

The villa itself is beautiful. Plus when you look out the windows you are presented with Tuscan... read more

Reviewed 14 September 2015
Lucy C
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Bawley Point, Australia
A Hidden Gem

The 'Museo Mario Romoli' merits very strong recommendation. It is located in the magnificent 'Villa... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2015
KECSCH
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Canberra, Australia
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Sep 14, 2015
“Beautiful villa with interesting art and history”
Jul 12, 2015
“A Hidden Gem”
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Set in the beautiful Tuscan countryside of Rufina, the Renaissance Villa of Poggio Reale now houses a museum dedicated to the twentieth century Florentine artist Mario Romoli. Known for his important public pieces such as the mural painting in the...more
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Viale Duca della Vittoria 7 | Villa di Poggio Reale, 50068 Rufina, Italy
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+39 339 417 3319
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Reviewed 14 September 2015

The villa itself is beautiful. Plus when you look out the windows you are presented with Tuscan countryside and a driveway lined with cypruses (like something from a movie). Then the art of Mario Romelli is interesting - he has a range of styles that...More

1  Thank Lucy C
Reviewed 12 July 2015

The 'Museo Mario Romoli' merits very strong recommendation. It is located in the magnificent 'Villa Di Poggio Reale', a grand and elegant historic building set in attractive grounds and with sweeping views of the surrounding Tuscan countryside. The collection itself presents the many facets of...More

2  Thank KECSCH
Reviewed 23 May 2015

I visited initially because I wanted to see the villa - being an architect and delighting in historic buildings in Tuscany. I loved the approach up the iconic cypress lined drive with the villa at the top. It was good to be able to see...More

3  Thank JeanRice54
Reviewed 17 April 2015

Visited with friends. A local treasure, both the building and its contents, where the life of the artist is a mirror of much of Italy's history in the mid 19th century.

1  Thank Paul H
Reviewed 8 April 2015

An interesting personal collection paintings by a notable Tuscan artist who deserves to be more widely known. A visit to the museum is also an opportunity to explore Villa di Poggio Reale and view the countryside around it. Friendly multilingual volunteer guides. Limited opening hours...More

1  Thank nerida2015
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