Italy's Venaria Reale projects a historic perspective on court life via technology in a new royal exhibit
While the name “Versailles” often conjures up images of opulent grandeur, “La Venaria Reale” will almost certainly draw a blank with most people. It is, in fact, the huge summer residence and hunting lodge of Italy's Savoy sovereigns, and it was the model for Louis XIV's magnificent and more well-known — but smaller — residence on the outskirts of Paris. Designed for Carlo Emmanuele II in the mid-17th century, La Venaria Reale included a small village housing members of the court and ...
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