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Umano Troppo Umano Villa d’Este

20 Jul 2022 — 8 Nov 2022

Reflect on the representation of the body in the West and the anatomical perfection of the ancient athlete, an earthly version of the warrior hero and an ideal and exemplary figure in terms of physical abilities and intellectual virtues.

Among the works on display at the Villa d’Este are heads and torsos of athletes and mosaics with gymnasium scenes from the Museo Nazionale Romano,...

Reflect on the representation of the body in the West and the anatomical perfection of the ancient athlete, an earthly version of the warrior hero and an ideal and exemplary figure in terms of physical abilities and intellectual virtues.

Among the works on display at the Villa d’Este are heads and torsos of athletes and mosaics with gymnasium scenes from the Museo Nazionale Romano, Villa Adriana, and the Parco Archeologico di Ostia Antica; bronzes of wrestlers from the Museo Archeologico di Firenze; and ceramics with wrestling scenes from the Musei Capitolini, the Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, and the Antiquarium di Numana.

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Umano Troppo Umano (Until 8 November 2022)

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Villa d’Este

4.7 / 5 (179 reviews)

Villa d'Este is one of the most magnificent villas in Italy. The Renaissance-era villa's gardens are resplendent with the sound of water features and birdsong, and make for a great retreat on hot and sunny days!

Opening hours

The Palace and the Gran Viale
Tuesday 08:45 - 19:45
Wednesday 08:45 - 19:45
Thursday 08:45 - 19:45
Friday 08:45 - 19:45
Saturday 08:45 - 19:45
Sunday 08:45 - 19:45
Monday 14:00 - 19:45
The Gardens
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday Closed
Friday Closed
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Monday 14:00 - 19:45

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Villa d’Este
5, Piazza Trento, 00019, Tivoli
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