This villa belonged to Paolina Bonaparte, sister of Napoleon, though it dates to the 17th century. Giovanni Riveruzzi, View of the Casino and the park of Villa Paolina from the side of Porta Pia, 1828, watercolor on paper (Museo Napoleonic)


This villa belonged to Paolina Bonaparte, sister of Napoleon, though it dates to the 17th century. Giovanni Riveruzzi, View of the Casino and the park of Villa Paolina from the side of Porta Pia, 1828, watercolor on paper (Museo Napoleonic)

This villa belonged to Paolina Bonaparte, sister of Napoleon, though it dates to the 17th century. Giovanni Riveruzzi, View of the Casino and the park of Villa Paolina from the side of Porta Pia, 1828, watercolor on paper (Museo Napoleonic)

Cite this page as: Beth Harris, "This villa belonged to Paolina Bonaparte, sister of Napoleon, though it dates to the 17th century. Giovanni Riveruzzi, View of the Casino and the park of Villa Paolina from the side of Porta Pia, 1828, watercolor on paper (Museo Napoleonic)," in Smarthistory, March 7, 2016, accessed May 21, 2018, https://smarthistory.org/the-villa/villa/.