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The Estate of San Liberato, property of the Counts Sanminiatelli, is known as a Location of the few that meet in one place all the sanliberatorequirements inherent in events and weddings in particular; San Liberato has the characteristic and exclusivity to offer a structure that has the advantage of including a wonderful Romanesque church dating from the ninth century, consecrated, one of the most famous botanical gardens of Europe and a banquet room that can accommodate up to 200 guests entirely immersed in nature and which offers a beautiful lake view.
The Church of San Liberato is one of the few churches in Lazio to have the characteristic structure of an altar raised, feature that enhances the uniqueness of religious ceremony.
At the end of the ceremony the guests will be offered the opportunity to be accompanied by our expert guides in the Botanical Park, designed by renowned landscape architect Russell Page, along the most picturesque corners of the park lost in the wonderful view of Bracciano Lake.
The reception area can serve buffet of starters in the garden and then continue the dinner in the gazebo, one large structure entirely made of wood and glass with every comfort and finished in every detail.
For Catering service we offer trust company selected by us, chosen by decades of collaboration, with menu suggestions that start from 80 euros per person.
In addition to the fantastic facilities also offers a wide range of accurate services satisfying any need, advantage of the collaboration of experienced professionals who offer high quality work, including floral arrangements, music for the ceremony and reception services, photo studios, video services.
For Catering service we offer trust company selected by us, chosen by decades of collaboration, with menu suggestions.

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Villa Clodia is a prestigious late 19th century residence, which can boast an enviable clodia_2016panoramic view of both Lake and Castle Bracciano and of the ancient Roman Aqueduct of Traiano.
It is splendidly set in the quiet centre of Manziana, a stone’s throw from the railway station on the Rome-Viterbo line (FM3): an ideal starting point to set out on the discovery of the neighbouring area with the Etruscan Necropolis of Cerveteri and a beautiful wood with picnicking.
The villa, which can be rented for exclusive use, has 11 comfortable rooms made more precious by elegant antique furniture and rich fabrics. Villa Clodia is also the ideal location for any sort of event, thanks to its charming restaurant, air-conditioned wide hall, cosy outdoors facilities and refined arrangements; high quality service and careful choice of products are a guarantee of success for wedding receptions, meetings and gala dinners. The refinement and pleasant quiet of the place are matched by the helpful attitude of the owners.

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Sutri is a town in the province of Viterbo, about 50 km from Rome, and about 30 km south of Viterbo. It is picturesquely situated on a narrow tuff hill, surrounded by ravines, a narrow neck on the west alone connecting it with the surrounding country. Sutri has a few more than 5,000 inhabitants. It ancient remains are a major draw for tourism: a Roman amphitheatre excavated in the tuff rock, an Etruscan necropolis with dozens of rock-cut tombs, a Mithraeum incorporated in the crypt of its church of the Madonna del Parto, a Romanesque Duomo. The city was founded by the Etruscans on a tufaceous hill at the confluence of two streams. It was conquered by the Romans in 389 BC and it flourished under their rule because of its position on the Via Cassia. Part of Sutri is on higher ground (acropoli) and notwithstanding the fact that it is now occupied by the Cathedral and by Palazzo Vescovile (bishop’s palace) it still conveys the image of a fortress.
The main medieval buildings of Sutri retain something of the Etruscan and Roman times and this applies to the whole town.
About 1 km south of Sutri there is to be found a Roman necropolis consisting of 64 tombs of various shapes and sizes carved directly out of the ‘tuff’ rock.
From Sutri you can reach very easily the following latium sites: LakeVico and Lake Bracciano.

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