Royal Villa of Monza
Viale Brianza, 1, 20900 Monza MB, Italy
About Royal Villa of Monza
It is one of the most beautiful European Royal Villas, whose Park is larger than that of Versailles, with which it competes in beauty. The Villa is located at the foot of the hills of Brianza, a place that was chosen not only for its beauty but also for its strategically important position across the Milan-Vienna route.
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