Villa Borbone-Conti-Schiesari-Disarò, Conselve’s former orphanage, dates back to the 16th and 17th centuries. The villa was built by the Borbone-Conti family, of old noble origins, on the site where there was probably Conselve’s castle (11th century). The villa was built in the first half of the 16th century and extended and modified during the 1600s. It was also changed several times over the years. In 1827, when the Borbone-Conti family became extinct, the building passed into the hands of the Schiesari. The family’s last heir, Temi Chiesari, bequeath the villa to Canossian nuns, so that they could convert it into an orphanage, which was active from 1942 to 1970. This recently-refurbished villa is now owned by the Disarò family. Address: via Padova 2, Conselve (PD) Private
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