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Villa Doria Pamphili is a 17th century villa complex with its adjacent park, nota bene the largest in Rome. Here you will find wonderful masterpieces of painters from the 15th-17th centuries. There are paintings by Hans Memling, Raphael, Titian, Tintoretta, Caravaggio and Velazquez. Additional charge You can also visit interesting private apartments.
The park, along with its buildings, occupies 180 hectares of land. It was created in 1630 by Panfilo Pamphili, who bought a suburban villa for his beloved wife, Olympia Maidalchini. The project was entrusted to Allesandro Algardi and Giovanni Francesco Grimaldi.
In the 18th century the area was rebuilt several times, added alleys and fountains. In the years 1965-1971 the park was purchased by the city of Rome. Today is one of the most popular places for active rest.