Tiberius bridge

Close your eyes and still hear the sound of the steps on the pavement of the Roman caligas and the boots of the retreating Nazis ….. It was June 552 when General Byzantino Narsete, directed to Rome from Aquileia, arrived in Rimini, where General Goto named Usdrila, commander of the Read more…

Perelli House

VILLA PERELLI Built in 1940 (some sources report 1942) by the architect Mario Cavallè it then became the “Residence Touring”. After the Perelli family, the Arfelli family took over the property and later the Baracchini heirs. Currently the building is in disuse. Located in Piazzale Genova The birth of Milano Read more…

Maiolatesi House

VILLA MAIOLATESI The villa of Major Maiolatesi was modified over time: the original project of 1931 did not include the turret that was built a few years later. In the 30s a soprano stayed there with his family whose daughter was called Margherita. Located in Via Damiano Chiesa 1 A Read more…

Lombardozzi House

VILLA LOMBARDOZZI Built in the early 1900s, the villa was demolished and in its place today is the Hotel Alexander. In the period photo appears to the right of the Villa Palanti. It was located in Viale 2 Giugno 68 The birth of Milano Marittima: the “city garden”. Its history, Read more…

Malagola House

VILLA MALAGOLA Built by the family of the Countess Wanda Malagola in 1926; this villa was later enlarged. Despite having economic interests in Milan, the Malagola family was not of Milanese origin as often incorrectly reported. Located in: Rotonda Don Minzoni The birth of Milano Marittima: the “city garden”. Its Read more…

Colmegna House

VILLA COLMEGNAWe have news of this villa in 1932 from a project by the surveyor Antonio Lugaresi. In 1939 Mr. Colmegna will build a terrace instead of the stairway to the right. To date it has remained unchanged. Located in Via Rismondi 5 The birth of Milano Marittima: the “city Read more…

Carlotta House

VILLA CARLOTTA Built in the early 1900s, it is one of the first villas in Milano Marittima. Today we see it transformed into the nineteenth century ice cream shop. It is the only villa of which we can see the interior. Located in Viale Gramsci 4 The birth of Milano Read more…

Bernè House

VILLA BERNE ’The villa was demolished and in its place was built the Hotel Potomac which then became the Hotel Institute dismantled at the end of the 1990s. Currently there is the Condominio Romagna. It was located in Viale Ravenna 14 The birth of Milano Marittima: the “city garden”. Its Read more…

Barbanti House 2

VILLA BARBANTI (2) Another of the villas built by the Barbanti family. It has been transformed into the Hippy game room for decades. In 2017 the boundary wall was redone and the plaque was kept at the entrance with the inscription “Barbanti”. Located in Viale Matteotti 50 The birth of Read more…

Barbanti House 1

Built by the Barbanti family. Located in Viale Carducci 25 The birth of Milano Marittima: the “city garden”. Its history, relatively recent, is really very interesting. It all began in the early 1900s. Cervia was still a small town of just 9,000 inhabitants (today about 35,000). Its economy was mainly Read more…