Torre in Pietra Castle’s Facilities

 

The Church with frescoes by Pier Leone Ghezzi, the prestigious ground floor halls, the courtyards steeped in history and the green gardens, the splendid halls on the Piano Nobile.

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The work of the famous architect Ferdinando Fuga it is an early eighteenth century jewel: inside, the inscription and the two frescoes are the work of Pier Leone Ghezzi. The Church seats up to 120.

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Gardens for your wedding in Rome

Inside the main courtyard, there are two large areas of lawn fenced off by a boxwood hedge, at the centre of which stands a seventeenth century fountain, shaded by pines and plane trees.

> Surface area 2,500 m2
> Seats up to 500 for meals

Recent restoration work has returned the courtyards to their latter day splendour.
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Sala Peretti Courtyard

With a beautiful font on the back wall, the hall by the same name looks onto it.

> Surface area 260 m2
> Length 20.00 m
> Width 13.00 m

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Central Courtyard

An impressive entrance to the halls on the Piano Nobile.

> Surface area 150 m2
> Length 15.00
> Width 10.00

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Mediaeval Courtyard

The oldest, it dates back to mediaeval times.

> Surface area 210 m2
> Length 20.20
> Width 10.40

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Vast and imposing sixteenth century hall with vaulted ceiling and fine fireplace.

  • Surface area 175 m2
  • Length 20.80
  • Width 8.40
  • Seats up to 160 for meals
  • Seats up to 180 for meetings
  • Audio/video facilities available
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The wonderful frescoes are the work of the famous artist Pier Leone Ghezzi, called by the Falconieri Princes to celebrate the glories of the family and Pope Benedict XIII’s visit during the 1725 Jubilee.

  • Surface area 84 m2
  • Length m 12.00
  • Width m 7.00
  • Seats up to 80 for meals
  • Seats up to 80 for meetings
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This hall was part of the private apartment in which Pope Benedict XIII stayed.

Sala San Francesco

The St. Francis Hall, with frescoes depicting the life of St. Francis and the Virgin Mary, signed by Ghezzi.

  • Surface area 20 m2 
  • Length 5.50
  • Width 3.60
  • Seats up to 20 for meals

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This hall was part of the private apartment in which Pope Benedict XIII stayed.

Sala Falconieri

The Falconieri Hall, with wonderful frescoes depicting the Falconieri family walking in the Roman countryside.

  • Surface area 19 m2 
  • Length 5.00
  • Width 3.80
  • Seats up to 20 for meals
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The Fireplace Hall, decorated with scenes of the Roman countryside, with double vaulted ceiling painted to represent the sky with birds of various species.

  • Surface area 43 m2
  • Length 8.60
  • Width 5.00
  • Seated up to 40 for meals
  • Seats up to 36 for meetings

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Sala del Bosco
The Forest Hall, entirely frescoed with view of the Castle and surrounding woods.

  • Surface area 37 m2
  • Length 6.60
  • Width 5.60
  • Seats up to 40 for meals
  • Seats up to 30 for meetings
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The Library Hall, ample and with at the centre of the ceiling a fresco of a mythological figure.

> Surface area 45 m2
> Length 8.60
> Width 5.20
> Seats up to 30 for meals
> Seats up to 40 for meetings