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Refectory

The ancient refectory, with its cross vaults and its Roman columns, is the ideal location for working lunches and banquets. It has a maximum capacity of 160 people.
refettorio dei conversi
 
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Cellarium

On the ground floor of the west side of the cloister is the Cellarium, the Abbey’s ancient storehouse. It is a large room with a row of hexagonal columns at the center. It can host up to 250 people for working lunches and banquets.
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Cloister

The various monastic buildings were grouped around the cloister: nowadays you can get a glimpse of the monks who still use the east side of the cloister to enter the church.
The south side of cloister leads to the Giustiniani-Bandini Palace and the Congress Centre entrance.
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Entrance

The entrance to the Giustiniani-Bandini Palace and the Congress Centre has an elegant staircase to the upper floor and displays two Roman inscriptions and a huge dolium. On the left a lift to the upper floors.
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Sala delle Tenute

This airy room opens onto the Palace’s garden and owes its name to its wall paintings depicting the Giustiniani-Bandini’s estates (‘tenute’). This room can function as a superb reception or as an exclusive location for coffee breaks.
sala delle tenute
 
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The Palace’s Garden

It was laid out in the English style between 1818 and 1835. Here you can find holm oaks, various conifers, palm trees, and a magnificent cork oak. It is the ideal location for elegant working lunches, private parties, and romantic wedding banquets.
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