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Villa Balbiano, Lake Como, Italy - A privately owned property protected by high walls, Villa del Balbiano allows its elegant garden to be glimpsed from the large gate, overlooking via Regina road that from the town of Ossuccio leads to Lenno on Lake Como.

Um blog para inspirar decorações aconchegantes e formosas!

Um blog para inspirar decorações aconchegantes e formosas!

Villa del Balbianello, this entire peninsula is one stunning villa in Lake Como, Italy -- James Bond and Ocean's 11 filmed here.

Villa Balbianello: Como, province of Como , Lombardy region, Italy. Perfect place for a wedding.

Lake Como, Italy

Villa La Cassinella, Como province of Como, Lombardy region Italy - Ahh: Lake Como is a magical place! I was ready to move there after visiting for a few days. Really, no other place has grabbed my imagination as Lake Como did!

'Sunday Morning' Villa Carlotta Lake Como, Italy by Ionut Lordache on Flickr.

Hotel Villa Carlotta is a romantic Patrizia style nineteenth century villa in the center of Florence, situated in a tranquil green oasis near Piazzale Michelangelo.

Maze Gardens at Ruspoli Castle Northern Lazio, Italy - a maze, not a labyrinth, but still . . . . . .

Maze Gardens at Ruspoli Castle Northern Lazio, Italy. Places to travel before you die.

Villa la Quiete, Lake Como - Italy. Just LOOK at those gardens!! I've had the pleasure of visiting this amazing villa - nothing else like it.

Photos: Photos: Lake Como’s Villas, Interiors, and Glamorous Denizens

Villa la Quiete, Tremezzo, Lake Como, Italy, dates back to the century and was built for the Duke of Carretto

Europe | Castel del Monte, Andria, Puglia. A 13th century castle, built by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II sometime in the 13th Century. Probably one of the most oft-looted castles, there was not much left when the Italian government decided to restore it in the early 1900’s.

Europe | Castel del Monte, Andria, Puglia. A 13th century castle, built by Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II sometime in the 13th Century. Probably one of the most oft-looted castles, there was not much left when the Italian government decided to restore it in the early 1900’s.

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