Art & Culture

Villa Pellegrini

Villa Pellegrini Valpantena

Villa Pellegrini

Villa Pellegrini in Romagnano in Grezzana preserves the memories of six generations of the homonymous family who live there and its history is meticulously intertwined with national dynamics.
This very place, in 1866, became the fulcrum of the plebiscite which sanctioned the union of the Veneto with Italy. During the Second World War, Villa Pellegrini was occupied, which left an indelible mark on the history of the family and of the home. Villa Pellegrini has gone through various eras, overcoming dramatic moments and enjoying periods of great splendor that have given a dazzling charm to those who set foot there today.


The restorations completed in 2017 revealed two important dates that more clearly outline the historical evolution of Villa Pellegrini. The first, dating back to 1492, testifies to the existence of an older part of the building. The second dating was found during the restoration of the facade; it is a plaque dated 1698, when Villa Pellegrini took on its characteristic L shape.
In the late 18th century a new building was added at the end of the garden, comprising stables, a barn and a bell tower. Subsequently, an elevated wing was added in the 19th century. The documentation makes use of maps that precisely trace the evolution of Villa Pellegrini, between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries.


Today, Villa Pellegrini is a sought-after location for private and corporate events, weddings and exclusive parties, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in Venetian history and art with a splendid view of the Valpantena.
The park surrounding the villa is a place of great beauty, with well-kept gardens and enchanting paths. The quiet and elegance of the place make Villa Pellegrini an oasis of tranquility away from the frenzy of the city.

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