Villa Doria Pamphili

Villa Doria Pamphili (vēlˈlä dôˈryä pämˈfēlē) [key], Roman villa, built in the 17th cent. for Camillo Pamphili, nephew of Pope Innocent X, from plans designed by Alessandro Algardi. It was situated against the western walls of Rome near the San Pancrazio gate. The Romans called it Belrespiro.

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