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Gardens in Tuscany

Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden

Lucca
It was created in 1820 by Marie-Louise Bourbon, and it's considered part of the Royal University of Lucca
Botanical Garden

Botanical Garden

Pisa
The Botanical Garden of the University of Pisa was founded in 1543 by the illustrious Pisan physician and botanist Luca Ghini
Chianti Sculpture Park

Chianti Sculpture Park

Siena
In this park there are a lot of contemporary sculptures, created by internationally-renowned artists
Garden of Medici Villa of Castello

Garden of Medici Villa of Castello

Florence
The Villa of Castello was one of the first villas outside Florence owned by the Medici, dating back to 1477
Garden of Villa Gamberaia

Garden of Villa Gamberaia

Florence
It is set on the hillside of Settignano, with extraordinary views of Florence and the surrounding Arno valley
Nature Reserve Ponte Buriano e Penna

Nature Reserve Ponte Buriano e Penna

Arezzo
It stretches for 665 hectares, covering the Comuni of Arezzo, Civitella in Valdichiana and Laterina, an area between Ponte Buriano and the artificial barrier of the Penna
Orto Botanico

Orto Botanico

Siena
Splendid green area in the heart of the city containing numerous species of plants from all over the world
Orto Botanico 'Giardino dei Semplici'

Orto Botanico 'Giardino dei Semplici'

Florence
The Botanical Gardens of Florence were founded on December 1st 1545, when Grand Duke Cosimo I dei Medici purchased the land from the Dominican sisters
Orto Botanico Pietro Pellegrini

Orto Botanico Pietro Pellegrini

Massa-Carrara
Inaugurated in July 1966, this botanical garden is dedicated to the passionate botanist Pietro Pellegrini
Parco Pubblico Sandro Pertini

Parco Pubblico Sandro Pertini

Livorno
The park, originally known as the 'parterre', was designed by architect Pasquale Poccianti, between 1830 and 1854
Pinocchio Park

Pinocchio Park

Pistoia
It is a theme park for children, and is located at Collodi, a town near Pistoia
Scotto Garden

Scotto Garden

Pisa
It is situated inside the Fortezza Nuova
The Boboli Garden

The Boboli Garden

Florence
The garden was originally designed for the Medici and are one of the earliest examples of the Italian Garden which later inspired those of many European courts
The Medici Villa

The Medici Villa

Prato
The Poggio a Caiano villa, certainly one of the most interesting building projects of the early Renaissance, was begun in 1485 by the express wishes of Lorenzo the Magnificent who chose Giuliano da Sangallo to carry out the plan
Villa Fabbricotti

Villa Fabbricotti

Livorno
Today the villa is the home of the Labronica Library and the Guerrazzi Civic Museum
Villa of Petraia

Villa of Petraia

Florence
It is a very interesting museum complex both in terms of architectural decoration and because of the furniture it still preserves in its interior
Villa Puccini

Villa Puccini

Pistoia
Villa Puccini's park reflects the English style romantic gardens which represented nature according to the ideal vision so well expressed in the genre of landscape painting

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