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Maria delle Vigne, called “the Madonella” is a private church of the Borghese family in a deserted agricultural area. The style dates from the seventeenth century, even if the real story is not known. It is believed that as with many churches, it may have been built on an earlier Roman building, probably a thermal plant.

The Church is an octagonal central plan covered by a pavilion vault internally decorated with frescoes dating from the seventeenth century.