palazzo doria pamphilj.

Not going to lie, I am pretty overwhelmed by where to start for recaps of our amazing Italian adventure.

It was all incredible so I will start from the beginning with Rome highlights 🙂

I will have a full blown Rome post tomorrow but I wanted to start with my favorite gallery we visited in Rome called the Palazzo Doria Pamphilj.

The Colosseum and Vatican are stunning but I enjoyed this gallery the most because it’s a hidden gem.

It was the home to princes and princesses since the second half of the 17th century, when Camillo Pamphilj had the ancient palazzo, known at the time as the Palazzo Aldobrandini, extended with these magnificent rooms, drawings rooms which lead to the gallery. CAN I MOVE IN!?

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You walk through the home which leads you to the gallery that includes the Doria Pamphilj family’s private art collection.

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The Palazzo Doria Pamphilj houses the most interesting and oldest history, made up of nobility, politics, and the unions between some of the most important Italian noble families: from the Della Rovere to the Aldobrandini, from the Pamphilj to the Doria and the Doria Pamphilj {info taken from their website!}

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It wasn’t crowded at all and felt so intimate {I just don’t think people know about it} — it was SO GORGEOUS. The pictures honestly don’t do it justice.

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I wore this dress from Urban Outfitters — black bow flats are from Asos here. SO comfortable & were perfect for all the walking we did. My mini bucket bag can be found from Barney’s here.

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^bow flats at the Vatican!

If you are ever in Rome I cannot recommend Doria Pamphilj more! Additional Rome highlights tomorrow. xx

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