Agriturismo con Piscina vicino ad Assisi e Perugia

Agriturismo I MORI GELSI - Fattoria Spinola

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Fattoria Spinola was a convent of nuns in the late thirteenth century.
In fact, there is still a private consecrated chapel with frescoes dating back approximately at the beginning of the fourteenth century.
Unfortunately, these frescoes are very damaged, either because they have been discovered by Antonio Spinola (my grandfather) only in the early '900 - at that time this room was used for storage of farm and it was painted white - and because during the 1997 earthquake many pieces of fresco were detached from the ceiling
We do not have the possibility to restore it because it is quite expensive.
During the post-earthquake restoration, we discovered that the facade of the chapel had been hidden by plaster. In fact, the part of the building next to the Chapel was added at a later time (1600).We decided to leave out the plaster original brick facade with the frame of the original roof (lowest building constructed later).

Fattoria Spinola était un couvent de religieuses dans la fin du XIIIe siècle.
En fait, il ya encore une chapelle privée avec des fresques datant d'environ consacrée au début du XIVe siècle. Malheureusement, ces fresques sont très endommagés, soit parce qu'ils ont été découverts par Antonio Spinola (mon grand-père) que dans les 900 premières - à ce moment la pièce a été utilisée pour le stockage de la ferme et il a été blanchi à la chaux - et parce que, durant le tremblement de terre 1997, des nombreuses pièces de la fresque ont été détachés du plafond.
Malheureusement pour le moment nous n'avons pas les moyens économiques pour la restauration.
Lors de la restauration après le séisme, nous avons découvert que la façade de la chapelle avait été cachée par du plâtre. En fait, la partie du bâtiment à côté de la chapelle a été ajouté à une date ultérieure (1600).Nous avons décidé de quitter le plâtre façade de brique d'origine avec le cadre de la toiture d'origine (plus bas bâtiment construit plus tard).

Autour de 1700, la Fattoria Spinola est devenu la maison de campagne de la noble famille Goga (aujourd'hui disparu). Vous pouvez encore voir l'emblème sur l'autel de la chapelle et de la pierre à l'entrée de ma maison.

Around 1700 the Fattoria Spinola became the country house of the noble family Goga (now extinct). You can still see the emblem on the altar of the Chapel and stone at the entrance to my house.

In 1818, the last Cardinal Spinola family (SPINOLA, Hugh Peter * 1791-1858) was sent to Perugia by Pope and bought about 3,000 acres of homes, land, villas.He was the uncle of my grandfather, that's why his death left him and his brothers all his possessions.My grandfather happened to the Fattoria Spinola with 70 acres of land.
Written by Fiorbellina Spinola

En 1818, le dernier cardinal Spinola famille (Spinola, Hugh Peter * 1791-1858) a été envoyée par le pape à Pérouse et a acheté environ 3.000 hectares de maisons, de terres, villas.Il était l'oncle de mon grand-père, c'est pourquoi sa mort a laissé lui et ses frères tous ses biens.Mon grand-père est arrivé à la Fattoria Spinola avec 70 acres de terre.
Ecrit par Fiorbellina Spinola

*Birth. June 29, 1791, Genoa. Eldest of the seven children of Francesco Maria Spinola and Eugenia Pallavicini. Great-great-grand-nephew of Cardinal Giambattista Spinola, iuniore (1695). Other cardinals of the various branches of the Spinola family were (1527); Filippo Spinola (1583); Orazio Spinola (1606); Agustín Spínola (1621); (1626); Giulio Spinola (1666); , seniore (1681); Niccolò Spinola (1715); (1719); Giovanni Battista Spinola (1733); (1759); and Ugo Pietro Spinola (1831).
Education. Collegio dei Protonotari, Rome (doctorate in utroque iuris, both civil and canon law, December 29, 1814).
Priesthood. Ordained, December 23, 1815. Relatore of the S.C. of Good Government and of the S.C. Consistorial, Papal delegate in the cities of Ascoli, 1816; Viterbo; Perugia, 1818; Macerata, 1823 and 1825; and Camerino, 1825. Domestic prelate of His Holiness. Protonotary apostolic supernumerary.
Episcopate. Elected titular archbishop of Tebe, October 2, 1826. Consecrated, November 12, 1826, Rome, by Cardinal Giuseppe Spina. Nuncio in Austria, November 14, 1826.
Cardinalate. Created cardinal and reserved in pectore in the consistory of September 30, 1831; published in the consistory of July 2, 1832; received red hat and the title of S. Martino ai Monti, December 17, 1832. Commisary extraordinary in the legations and legate in Bologna, 1833-1835. Abbot commendatario of Subiaco, 1838-1842. Again, apostolic legate in the province of Bologna, September 15, 1841 until 1843. Pro-datary of His Holiness, April 29, 1844 until his death. Participated in the conclave of 1846, which elected Pope Pius IX. Camerlengo of the Sacred College of Cardinals, 1857 until his death.
Death. January 21, 1858, Rome (1). Exposed and buried in his title.
Bibliography. La Gerarchia Cattolica e la Famiglia Pontificia per l'anno 1876, Roma : Tipografia dei Fratelli Monaldi, 1875, p. 118; Ritzler, Remigium, and Pirminum Sefrin. Hierarchia Catholica Medii et Recentioris Aevi. Volumen VII (1800-1846). Patavii : Typis et Sumptibus Domus Editorialis "Il Messaggero di S. Antonio" apud Basilicam S. Antonii, 1968, pp. 25-26, 43 and 365; Squicciarini, Donato. Nunzi apostolici a Vienna. Città del Vaticano : Libreria Editrice Vaticana, 1998, pp. 201-203; Weber, Christoph and Becker, Michael. Genealogien zur Papstgeschichte. 6 v. Stuttgart : Anton Hiersemann, 1999-2002. (Päpste und Papsttum, Bd. 29, 1-6), II, 921.
(1) This is according to Ritzler, Hierarchia Catholica Medii et Recentioris Aevi, VII, 26; La Gerarchia Cattolica per l'anno 1876, p. 118, indicates that he died on January 23, 1858; Squicciarini, Nunzi apostolici a Vienna, 202, says that he died on January 24, 1858.


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