The wonders of the Borghese Gallery

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Galleria Borghese is the original Villa Borghese, which gave its name to the park in which it sits. Designed by architect Flaminio Ponzio for Cardinal Scipione Borghese and constructed in the early 17th century, it contains works by Bernini, Caravaggio, Raphael, Botticelli, and countless other renaissance masters. Here is just a selection of the wonders within.

How to visit Galleria Borghese during the Covid-19 pandemic >

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