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Villa Magherini Graziani e Museo archeologico della Villa di Plinio Il Giovane. San Giustino (PG)

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A splendid example of Italian Noble Residence of the Late Renaissance period. The edifice is set half way up an open space on a panoramic hillside overlooking the Tiber Valley. The construction of the Villa is due to Carlo Graziani, a prominent member of this family from Città di Castello and of Tuscan origins who commissioned, at the beginning of the 18th century, the architect Antonio Gallina to carry it out. The 17 meter high Altana Tower dominates the architectonic complex and has a quadrangular floor plan that rises up for three floors. The elegant central Loggia develops on the main façade of the building, from the second floor up to the third, with its arcades standing on subtle columns in line with the Vasari style design of Castello Bufalini. The façade design follows a pattern of lesenes and frames that optically divide the space. The ground floor is decorated with a corbel-arched frieze under which windows and oval niches open, evoking the regular division of space of a Portico [...]