The Ballroom

At the heart of the Villa lies the imposing gallery that overlooks the italian garden, made by the famous architect Adolfo Coppedè.
The gallery was built to keep the furniture made by the Coppedè workshop, together with paintings and  statues (which, in part, are still present nowadays).
Standing at its entrance, one is captivated by the grandeur and vastity of the space. Stepping back in time, one is immersed in a unique and magical atmosphere, with  large stone staircases, inlayed wooden doors, built for cruiseships, tall glass windows overlooking the Italian garden, 7 meters ceilings, a 38 meters long hall, and the sheer size of the furniture and the statues all made by Coppedè.