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I personally wasn't into all the sights of Rome but this museum/ deco house was an absolute hidden gem!
Stained glass windows are gorgeous and there are so many hidden details in every nook and cranny.
I spent far too long here just taking it...More
Done the Vatican and Colosseum? Tired or Baroque and Roccoco? Love Art Nouveau? Then this is the place for you!
I combined a tour of this house with a visit to the amazing Quartiere Coppede, which is about a 10-minute walk away. I see that...More
This is a charming and exquisite little house on the grounds of the Villa Torlonia. Every room has liberty style / art nouveau stained glass windows, and the floors match each room's theme (such cyclamens or clovers). Signage is in English and Italian and is...More
What a curious and interesting home – supposedly built for its strange owner, Giovanni Torlonia. The original name of the house was “The Swiss Hut.” The house is a mix of medieval themes and art nouveau craziness that should not be missed. We found this...More
This extraordinary little museum is fascinating with its collection of stained glass in the style of Louis Comfort Tiffany. There are wonderful examples of stained glass patterns and shapes inside the house and it's architecture on the outside is not less charming. If you are...More
If Art Nouveau is your thing, and you are in Rome, this is definitely a must. The house of the Owls is a quirky little building in the grounds of Villa Torlonia in North East Rome, well out of the hustling crowds and tourist hot...More
This is is a small house is a gem of the early twentieth century. Standing in the grounds of Villa Torlonia on the Via momenta a. Very fine examples of stained glass and floors. A few items of furniture.