Castelli Romani Park

The Castelli Romani Park includes 15 municipalities around the crater of an old volcanic system. The area has a unique blend of history, art and nature with two crater lakes and many forests. Very important during the Roman period it had its glory in the Renaissance. The cool climate, the Read more…

Sforza Cesarini Park

The Sforza Cesarini Park is unique in the Castelli Romani for its charming and magical English style. It covers a slope from the town centre arriving on the shores of Lake Nemi. Duke Lorenzo Sforza Cesarini dedicated it to his wife of British origin Caroline Shirley. You can see a Read more…

Clementine Fountains

The fountains were built during the construction of the new waterworks in 1777. It was positioned on the Livia road and designed by Bracci. Here, too, are the symbols of the two Popes Clement XIII and Clement XIV. The fountains have a basin-shaped sarcophagus with two rings, a relief with Read more…

Palazzo Dave

Dave Palace is located in the centre of the medieval village and according to tradition was the first seat of the municipality. It is an interesting example of seventeenth-century building transformation of a medieval core structure.

Palazzo Sforza Cesarini

Built on the site of the ancient palace of the Colonna, it was renovated between 1637 and 1647 by expanding through the purchase of some adjoining houses. Ducal palace of Genzano is the central axis of the Olmate. The façade has three rows of windows and resembles the Palazzo Barberini Read more…

Calici di stelle

An evening dedicated to wine and to the astronomical observation of the phenomenon of falling stars, that is the passage of the meteorite swarm, of an ancient comet star, and that from the earth seem stars of the constellation of the Pleiades. The observation takes place in the Sforza Cesarini Read more…

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