Villa Torlonia, Rome

July 19, 2011

No wonder that Rome has the European cities’ highest ratio of green public spaces per capita. After spending the day working on the computer, I went for a walk to Villa Torlonia, one of my favorite public parks, which mixes all styles of architectures, sculptures and trees. From the famous Casa delle Civette to Egyptian obelisks, exotic palaces, huge modern sculptures, Roman temples, olive trees, palm trees, Cypresses, it makes a great park to take a walk, make a nap, bring the dog, take some physical exercise or exchange a kiss…

 

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