Roma (Roma) - Piazza del Gesù in one of the most typical squares in the historic center of Rome, which takes its name from the homonymous church of the Jesuit order, in the Petroni Borgnana palace, we offer a splendid property on two levels and divided into two magnificent independent apartments, completely renovated with high standing materials and furnished with designer furniture.The splendid views of the square, the fine finishes, the coffered ceilings, and the suggestive wooden beams of the attic, make this object unique in the historic center of the capital
The fourth floor opens with an elegant double living room and splendid views of the square.The eat-in kitchen, furnished and equipped, has a convenient pantry.The three bright and panoramic bedrooms and the two bathrooms complete the floor property.
On the fifth floor a characteristic and elegant attic with a large living room with fireplace and open kitchen overlooking a balcony inside the monumental courtyard.Two double suites each with large bathrooms and a mezzanine with study and spectacular views, give the property an exclusive charm.
The palace, located to the left of Palazzo Petroni Cenci Bolognetti, is known as Palazzo Petroni Borgnana, owned by the papal architect Alessandro Petroni and then passed to the Borgnana family, as evidenced by the word "BORGNANA" engraved on the architrave of the sixteenth-century portal.The majestic facade, which is spread over three floors, preserves an eighteenth-century aedicula depicting the "Our Lady of Sorrows" who, according to tradition, in 1796 moved his eyes and cried because of the French invasion of the Papal States.The square takes its name from the imposing Chiesa del Gesù which overlooks it, but in ancient times it was called "Forum Alteriorum" or also "platea de Alteriis" due to the noble presence of the Palazzo degli Altieri.Piazza del Gesù is linked to one of the most ancient legends of Rome originating from the almost constant presence of the wind in this area located in the center of five streets.It is said that the Devil, who arrived in front of the Piazza del Gesù while walking with the wind, entered the Church, after asking the wind to wait for him there: but from the church the Devil never came out and the wind has remained in the square since then wait for his return.
Piazza del Gesù is one of the strategic (and critical) traffic junctions in the center of Rome.In fact, several roads converge along which numerous monumental emergencies meet.- The historic center of Rome since 1980 has been recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.In the dense network of cobbled alleys, you come across animated squares, trendy cafes, Renaissance buildings and at every step you can admire some important signs of the past, museums and churches that hold priceless masterpieces.With its 25.000 estimated archaeological and historical points of interest, the historic center of Rome manages to enchant, with its particular atmosphere, anyone who has the opportunity to stroll around.