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Just renovated apartment on the first floor in a stone house of the 19th century, with its own entrance, kitchen, bathroom. Accommodation from 1 to 5 people. 4 km from the Florence-Naples motorway. Free parking next to the house. Rome is 20 minutes by car. There are home-cooking restaurant, patio, children's playground. Maybe living with pets. The house is located in the center of the ancient city of the 15th century - Artenay, within walking distance to public transport, shops, bars, restaurant
Servicios y zonas comunes
Guests can use the apartment - 30 m2, with a double bed and three twin (on request). You can also request a bed for a baby (up to three years). The apartment excellent free wi-fi. There is a shower and toilet with accessories - shampoo, soap, towels. There is a place for eating and kitchen. In addition, guests can use the courtyard every time. There's a comfortable place with a table and chairs, and there is Internet.
Atención a los huéspedes
We provide guests with all transfers. We feed breakfast, lunch and dinner menu economical. We provide the service "car with driver" - 10 euros per hour. We also have a service "baby-sitter" - 2 euros per hour per child.
History and sights of Artena.
The bell tower of the church of St. Stephen from the 14th century the oldest building of the historical center of Artena. The church was built in front of the 16th century, as well as all the monuments in the city, built during the reign of Cardinal Scipione Borghese.
The historic center of Montefortino (so-called village, which later became the city was named Artena) was built on a limestone ridge residents, with houses, sticky to the high mountain. Oll the sidewalks in the historic city of steps coming down. This is typical of the most ancient Italian villages. In the historical center can move only on foot or by mule.
Today's appearance Artena formed after 1557, when Pope Paul 4, feuded with family Colonna, set fire to the town and razed it to the ground. After the death of the pontiff's column resumed hostilities, but a few decades later conceded Weingarten family Borghese, who built the churches and palaces, made by architect Vasanzio, combining them with palaces column and Massimo arranged over a large area (today it is called Victory Square) in front of the main building, that forms a single architectural ensemble with the existing buildings.
Village to the end of 1873 called Montefortino, which means "mountain log cabin," and only after that has received city status and a new name - Artena (the ancient city of pre-Roman period).
Monuments and Landmarks
Religious Architecture Church of Santa Maria delle Letizie
Date of birth of the church dates back to the barbarian invasions (from VI to VIII century), when the ancient inhabitants of the valley to escape the raids, found refuge on the mountain and built the first houses there.
The church is 22 meters long and 12 wide. In the chapel, there is a statue of the Madonna delle Grazie, very revered residents Artena.
Bombed in January 1944, the church building has been restored with respecting the original structure.
Church of the Holy Cross is a square building with two large towers. It is built in the highest part of the city,
approximately thousand year, was reconstructed in 1700. Today the Church of the Holy Cross, the most beloved by locals.
It is the center of the architectural ensemble of the old city, from her panoramic view of the Artena and surroundings.
St. Stephen's Church
It located in the heart of the old town. The exact date of construction is unknown, however, the style of the bell tower,
with its elegant windows, it can be assumed that it dates back to the thirteenth century. After the fire, which
occurred in 1557, the church was rebuilt Camilla Orsini Borghese, wife of Marco Antonio Borghese, so the facade
of the seventeenth century, are extremely dissonant with the medieval bell tower.
Rosario Church was built by the local feudal Orinzio Colonna in honor of the victory of Lepanto in 1571, when the fleet of Christians won a final victory over Saracens, who terrorized many centuries the Mediterraneo coast. Madonna of the Rosary, which is named in honor of the church, the patron of the fleet of Christians in this battle, and it was built in honor of the many churches in Italy, but only in Artena in her honor is held every year a grand parade. The fact is that the main gallery, which has played a decisive role in the battle, was commanded by Marco Antonio Colonna.
Franciscan Monastery of the Fathers
Built around 1629 by the will of Cardinal Borghese. It consists of a wonderful monastery of the Franciscan friars and the church of Santa Maria of Gesu. The five beautiful church altarpieces of artistic and cultural value.
The high altar, decorated with stucco work, dedicated to the Holy Name of Jesus, the Virgin and St. Anne. Other altars, all with pictures of Vincenzo Manenti, dedicated to St. Anthony, St. Anthony of Padua and St. Clare and St. Elizabeth of Portugal.
Church of Santa Maria di Gesu, in the part of the Franciscan monastery is also home to religious, theological, philosophical and secular schools. Inside is a rich library, the base of the theologian father Jerome of Montefortino (the ancient name of Artena). The monastery is a square with seven arches on the sides and niches decorated with paintings of the seventeenth century.
Palazzo Borghese, the most magnificent building of the 16th century, has undergone change in shape due to the radical reconstruction commissioned by Scipione Borghese, executed between 1615 and 1618 by Dutch architect John Van Santen. Inside a large garden, recently opened for visitors.
Arca Borghese, the monumental arch built Scipione Borghese on the main access road to the town.
Barn Borghese, a rectangular building built middle-class family in the eighteenth century, which has kept its original function till the fifties.
Modern Artena - this ancient city, is living a bright life. There are festivals and parades. Here at night the music and dancing. Here, in July is an international holiday LiveArt, which attracts creative young people from around the world.
In Artena and its surroundings there are unforgettable views, great environment and great food.
From Artena comfortable ride to inspect other places: near the town of Speedway Florence-Naples. Around there're trains station, they come from Artena in the center of Rome, at Termini Station.
Rome, Florence, Amalfi, Napoli, Pompeii, Tivoli, Nettuno beaches, Anzio and Latina ... - all this can be seen living in a cozy Artena, and making day trips to these places.
Five minutes from the city - a huge Valmontone Outlet and Rainbow Magicland in front of it - a city of attractions.
Comfortable apartment with private entrance and bathroom in a typical Italian stone house of the 19th century, located in the city center. The apartment is a separate staircase that will allow you to feel alone and not to meet with other residents of the house.
Near the apartment are cozy bars, pizzerias and restaurants, supermarkets and clothing stores.
At the site of open stairs - there is a comfortable place for smoking. In the bars next to the house, you can buy cigarettes.
You may eat in a room where there is a table and a minibar.
Also you can use a green terrace for rest and meals. Here, as in the apartments, there are Wi-Fi.
Do not smoke in the appartments. Smoking in the apartment is a penalty. There is a place for smoking outside. The time of check-in and check-out, please inform in advance.
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