Fantastic and forgotten

Tuscia – the region where rich Romans went when they wanted a break from the city. This leafy bohemian playground full of aristocrats and eccentrics is sort of overgrown and unsupervised, but the palazzos are fantastic. You can visit the houses of noble families like Farnese, Orsini, Ruspoli, Lante Della Rovere, still occupied by colourful members of the same families.
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Where: Italy, Client: Condé Nast Traveller USA Director of Photograpy : Matt Buck