In the countryside north of Rome, the Tevere river meanders through some charming hills until it opens into a sort of natural amphitheater in the area called Sabina, guardian of the ancient splendor that was the great Latin civilization.
This area, due to the characteristics of the countryside and its mild climate, has been inhabited and cultivated since ancient times: and here you can see the archaeological remains of many roman country villas (which were actually ancient farmsteads), along with small medieval villages, castles and monasteries.
Here, in an atmosphere of times gone by, among cultivated valleys of vineyards and olive groves, and hills covered in woods, with an enviable panorama over the surrounding countryside, stands Villa dei due Pini, a lovely building with interesting architectural features: it lies in grounds that have been elegantly cared for, including a wonderful little lake with exotic plants and a large swimming-pool with an original half-moon shape. In every part of the property you can feel a classy, refined atmosphere, both outside in the grounds which have been embellished by antique statues, and in the interiors furnished by the owners, experts and art-collectors, who have filled the rooms with antique furniture and paintings with perfect taste.
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