délabré fascination at villa miari de cumani

villa miari de cumani

Originally conceived as a Benedictine cloister, along the centuries it turned into an aristocratic residence mainly shaped in a neogothic style, surrounded by a vast English garden designed in the XVII century.Located in the earth of the Italian Po Valley, Villa Miari De Cumani is a noble family mansion that lies since several centuries in the village of Sant’Elena, neighboring with the walled town of Este and the protected area of the Parco Colli Euganei.
The majestic spaces that spread inside the house museum leave visitors speechless as they little by little discover the frescos, the paintings, the decorations and the furniture that attest the magnificence of the history and of the family that inhabits the house.