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Villa Cesi

A charming residence in Emilia-Romagna
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Villa Cesi in Nonantola

Villa Cesis or Cesi, also known as Villa Rossi or Villa Verona in Nonantola for private events of charm, weddings and congresses.

Combin building complex, main square-shaped body of the 1700, object of subsequent expansion in the 1800 with the construction of the transversal arms, the first floor and most of the Villa's frescoes.

The two marble columns on the sides of the central portal stand out, supporting a graceful balcony, which were once connected to the windows. Inside, the passageway is supported by a barrel vault, articulated by a double series of nails.

The large nineteenth-century spiral staircase leads to the first floor and the mezzanine floor. The rooms on the main floor conserve some stucco fireplaces and decorated ceilings, 18th-century walnut doors. Originally the park of the Villa extended to the first gate with the two columns on the way to Bologna; behind the villa the main park remains with a terracotta-tiled basin.

The history of Villa Cesi

Villa Cesi has ancient origins: built on the wishes of the Valentini counts, it became the home of an important and noble family, the Cesi, doctors of the Estensi and Scaligeri duchies, who were the owners from 1700 up to the early centuries of 800.

On the end of the nineteenth century the villa was inhabited by the writer Guido da Verona from whom he took the name for a certain period of time. The da Verona gave the villa its current imprint, with its characteristic comb structure and frescoes in the rooms. Even today you can admire the splendid paintings of the vault in the Atrium of Cupid, the hall dedicated to reception and accreditation, in the Hall of the Harpsichord, where you can find a soft and comfortable living room, and in the Exhibition Hall.

Well declared of particularly important interest under the law 1 / 06 / 1939 nr.1089 with decree Ministry of Cultural and Environmental Heritage of 3 July 1987.

Services: wedding locations and events in Emilia Romagna

Villa Cesi has ancient origins: built on the wishes of the Valentini counts, it became the home of an important and noble family, the Cesi, doctors of the Estensi and Scaligeri duchies, who were the owners from 1700 up to the early centuries of 800.

On the end of the nineteenth century the villa was inhabited by the writer Guido da Verona from whom he took the name for a certain period of time. The da Verona gave the villa its current imprint, with its characteristic comb structure and frescoes in the rooms. Even today you can admire the splendid paintings of the vault in the Atrium of Cupid, the hall dedicated to reception and accreditation, in the Hall of the Harpsichord, where you can find a soft and comfortable living room, and in the Exhibition Hall.

Well declared of particularly important interest under the law 1 / 06 / 1939 nr.1089 with decree Ministry of Cultural and Environmental Heritage of 3 July 1987.

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Pets allowed
Park or garden
Events Salons: 7
Places For Events: 500
Set In Outdoors: Si
Set In Interior: Si
Set In Garden: Si
Vehicles accessibility for Events: Si
Address: Provincial Road West, 145
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Postal Code: 41015
Country: Italy

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