TOP 5 most incredible and romantic locations for a ceremony in Italy.
VILLA DEL BALBIANELLO
The villa was built in 1787 for Cardinal Angelo Maria Durini. After the death of the cardinal in 1796, the villa passed to his nephew Porro-Lamberteny. Then the villa was bought by Giuseppe Visconti Arconati. At the beginning of the 20th century, an American military officer, Butler Ames, became the owner of the villa; he restored the villa and its gardens. In 1974, the villa was purchased by Guido Monzino (the explorer who led the first Italian expedition to Mount Everest). After his death in 1988, the villa, according to Monzino’s will, came into the possession of the National Trust.
TO THE CINEMA :
“Month by the Lake” (1995)
“Star Wars. Episode II: Attack of the Clones “(2002)
Casino Royale (2006)
ABBAZIA DI SAN GALGANO
The Abbey of San Galgano is a Cistercian abbey located about thirty kilometers from Siena, in the municipality of Chiusdino.
The roof of the building collapsed in 1786 when lightning struck the abbey’s bell tower. Three years later, it was desecrated, and from then on it was used as a stable, until in 1926 the Italian state recognized its cultural value and took it under its protection.
ISOLA DEL GARDA
The island of Garda, originally a Lombard monastery associated with Brescia, Queen Anse, was also called Schwaben, known as the island of Swabia by Federico I Hohenstaufen, called Barbarossa, then Borghese or the Island of the Monks, is the largest island of the lake of the same name.
CONVENTO DI AMALFI
Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi. The 13th century Capuchin monastery overlooking the sea – now the prestigious home of the NH Collection Grand Hotel Convento di Amalfi – is still one of the symbols of the Amalfi Coast, shrouded in a special timeless charm.
Villa Cimbrone is a historic building built on a rocky spur in Ravello, overlooking the Amalfi Coast. Surrounded by a park of 8 hectares, decorated with statues, antiques, fountains and caves. The main attraction of the villa is the famous “Terrace of the Infinity” overlooking the Gulf of Salerno and the neighboring coastal towns. This view will not leave anyone indifferent, it is considered one of the most memorable in the world.
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