Italian villa containing the only ceiling mural ever painted by Caravaggio could become world's most expensive home as it goes on sale for half a BILLION euros | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Italian villa containing the only ceiling mural ever painted by Caravaggio could become world's most expensive home as it goes on sale for half a BILLION euros

A sprawling Italian villa containing the only ceiling painting by Caravaggio could become one of the most expensive properties ever sold when it goes up for auction for nearly €500million (£422million).

Casino di Villa Boncompagni Ludovisi, otherwise known as Villa Aurora in Rome, was part of a country retreat built in the 16th century by Cardinal Francesco Maria Del Monte.

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