Villa Antona Traversi

 

 

History

Villa Antona Traversi in Meda, as it appears today, is the result of the transformation of the monastery of San Vittore operated by the architect Leopoldo Pollack in the first years of the nineteenth century. The millennial female monastery of San Vittore was suppressed May 29, 1798 by a decree of the Cisalpine Republic, the nuns were expelled and the property, including the premises, sold at auction.


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Location

The Villa contains unique environments such as the Sala del Coro, the former internal church of the Monastery, still decorated with the cycle of frescoes and the arabesque painted by Bernardino Luini and his school. The Cloister, today a courtyard of over 1,000 square meters. The Limonera, the Room of the Masks and the Octagonal Hall.
And above all the Church of San Vittore, built starting in 1520 and still intact.
 


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Services

Villa Antona Traversi offers a wide variety of spaces, both inside and outside, which make it a unique setting for the organization of events and receptions. The location is granted exclusively for the whole day, with the possibility to customize every moment of the event.


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