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Villas on Lake Como

Villa La Gaeta San Siro Lake Como

Villa La Gaeta San Siro Lake Como Directly on the lake

Villa La Gaeta San Siro Lake Como Fanciful castle in medieval style that portrays the wild eclecticism architects Coppedè. The villa took the place of a modest home that stood just on the tip “La Gaeta”, from which the present…

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Villa Carlotta Tremezzina Lake Como

Villa Carlotta Tremezina Lake Como with botanical garden

Villa Carlotta located in the municipality of Tremezzina, exclusive location nestled on the shores of Lake Como. The villa is famous for both the art collections preserved inside, and for the vast botanical garden that surrounds it, one of the…

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Villa Balbianello

Villa Balbianello, in Lenno, is a cinematic pedigree Villa. The Villa is situated on the tip of the peninsula Lavedo, a promontory that extends into the Lake Como. It was built at the beginning of 18th Century by cardinal Angelo…

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Villa d’Este

Villa d’Este, originally Villa del Garovo, is a patrician Renaissance residence situated on the shores of Lake Como in the town of Cernobbio. The Villa was built in 1568 by architect Pellegrino Tibaldi as the summer residence of Cardinal Tolomeo…

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Villa Olmo

Villa Olmo, a neoclassical building in Como, is used as a venue for art exhibitions and conventions. You can visit the Italian front garden and the park, while the Villa is open only on the occasion of events.

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Villa Pizzo

The Villa situated between the finest villages of Cernobbio and Moltrasio, is fully visible only from the Lake. In 1435 Giovanni Muggiasca bought the Pizzo promontory which included some home farm and he built a dwelling intended for the resort. He…

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Villa Giuliani

Villa Giuliani, in Brunate, dates back to the second period of Liberty. The historical owner was the family founder of GiulianiPharma. Nowadays the villa is a branch of the Associazione Nazionale Alpini and is used as an event venue.

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Villa Lucini Passalacqua

Villa Lucini Passalacqua was built in the late eighteen century on the western shore of the Lake Como. Villa Lucini Passalacqua took its name from Count Andrea Passalacqua who was given this property by the papal family. The Count hired…

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