Tor de’ Schiavi

  

Tor de’ Schiavi is a majestic structure dating back to the III century A.D. In the heart of Villa Gordiani, predominates this majestic structure, the octagonal hall. In 1347, the octagonal hall was used as a camp by the Colonna troops as they marched against the Cola di Rienzo, and later bought it in 1422. In 1571 it became the property of Vincenzo Rossi dello Schiavo, from which it takes its name “Tor de ‘Schiavi”. The octagonal hall was also used as a background in the painting, “The Butteri in the Roman Campagna”, by the famous painter J.V. Sonne (1840). In front of this monument there are various sensations, but the strongest are feelings of impotence and at the same time of beauty. The predominant colors of this structure are mostly gray, brown and green, while observing this structure you can also feel a scent of tall grass, you also smell the pollen and the scent of the flowers in spring.

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Ufficio Gestione Eventi Culturali Municipio Roma V

Sovrintendenza Capitolina

I.T.T. Livia Bottardi

I.I.I.S. Lattanzio

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