American Ambassador's Residence in Rome

American Ambassador's Residence in Rome


Rome, Italy (IT)
This is Villa Taverna, the residence of the American ambassador in Rome. It was comissioned in the 15th century by Cardinal Consalvi. The United States first rented the villa in 1933, and bought it in 1948 from Princess Ida Borromeo-Taverna.
This is Villa Taverna, the residence of the American ambassador in Rome. It was comissioned in the 15th century by Cardinal Consalvi. The United States first rented the villa in 1933, and bought it in 1948 from Princess Ida Borromeo-Taverna.
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Links: italy.usembassy.gov
By: Alephs

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