Villa de Giorgi
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Built by the renowned phthisiologist (tuberculosis specialist) Gioacchino De Giorgi, the Villa de Giorgi is a large house located in Monteroni di Lecce, Apulia, southern Italy. The building's architecture and style are Medieval with battlements and Gothic-styled windows. The garden includes statues, bucolic amenities and an open-theatre.
- DE GIORGI GENS HIC COR TIBI MAGIS PANDIT
- (Latin for: "de Giorgi Family, here wider thy heart opens")
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