The villa, formerly of the descendants of Doge Francesco Morosini, called "The
Peloponnesiaco", was the seat of the Supreme Command of the Austro-Hungarian Air Force
during the First World War and it also hosted the Emperor Charles I.
The current owners are Lucheschi Counts. The Villa has a central body of architectural
value, two barns and a 5000 square meter garden with a spectacular view of the wooded
hills and the church of Castello Roganzuolo, it is one of the most spectacular complexes in
the 'Alta Marca” and probably from the province.