Villa Corsini a Mezzomonte near Impruneta, Tuscany

Villa Corsini

Villa Corsini

Villa Corsini

Villa Corsini a Mezzomonte

Villa Corsini terracotta statues
Villa Corsini terracotta statues

Villa Corsini a Mezzomonte near Impruneta is one of three villas in Italy bearing the name Corsini. There is the former Villa Corsini “dei Quattro Venti” in Rome, destroyed during the Garibaldian uprising and now incorporated into the grounds of Villa Doria Pamphili. Villa Corsini a Castello “I Rinieri” is located just north of Florence and houses the Florence archaeological museum. There is also a Palazzo Corsini Lungarno in Florence. Villa Corsini a Mezzomonte is a Medicean villa situated near Impruneta, about 15 km south of Florence. The villa still belongs to a junior branch of the Corsini family and contains some of the largest frescoes ever painted in a Florentine villa.

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Anna Maria Baldini

About Anna Maria Baldini

Anna Maria is a frequent contributor to web content on life in Tuscany. She researches all aspects of Tuscan life, with emphasis on history, art, architecture and the culture of the people of this beautiful region of Italy.