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The Royal Villa In Monza

The beautiful Villa Reale in Monza, built by the will of Empress Maria Theresa of Austria between 1777 and 1780 as a summer residence for her son Ferdinand of Habsburg, governor general of the Austrian Lombardy. The Villa is located at the foot of the hills of Brianza, a place that was chosen not only for its beauty but also for its strategically important position across the Milan-Vienna route. The significant investment planned for its construction caused the country house, commissioned by the governor, to be changed into a full-fledged palace. After the Habsburgs, the Villa became a Royal Palace under the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy and kept this function under the Savoy, the last royal family to use it.

Copyright: Giovanni Russo
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 34304x7306
Taken: 12/06/2016
Uploaded: 18/06/2016


Tags: italy; lombardy; day; people; exterior; nature; water; sun; castle; architecture; cityscape; verciano; verciano12062016
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