Rome's Forgotten ParkVilla Glori Park sits on a hill 56 meters high, around the villa, which was designed by the architect Raphael, built during the years 1923-1924.
The park is dedicated to the memory of the brothers Enrico and Giovanni Cairoli. The two brothers attempted to carry out a coup in 1867 to unite Italy and turn Rome into the capital.
The park, created as a memory park for the two, is perhaps one of the least known parks in Rome, but locals enjoy playgrounds where their children can ride ponies.
You can also come to the park for a romantic outing, or for a short break from the bustle of the city.