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Giardini dell'Isola Bella (Stresa)
This huge Baroque garden in the Italian style is one of the best preserved in Italy. Laid-out in ten descending terraces, it is embellished with ponds, fountains, architectural perspectives, and a multitude of statues dating back to the second half of the 17th century.
Giardini Botanici di Villa Taranto (Verbania)
We owe these marvelous gardens to Captain Neil McEacharn. The plants, some of which are the only specimens in Europe and became acclimated after great labor, have been arranged in an artistic way within a framework of rare beauty between Lago Maggiore and the mountains.
Casa Lajolo (Piossasco)
The villa acquired its current appearance towards the middle of the 18th century, probably thanks to count Aleramo di Chialamberto: this date would be confirmed both by the outdoor structure and by the decorations of the ceiling.
Giardini Cavour (Torino)
Cavour Gardens were created on an irregular ground that was once occupied by the town's fortifications (ramparts) and they are the result of the reduction of a more extended green area that marked the extended urban area beyond the walls.
Giardini della Reggia di Venaria (Venaria Reale)
La vastità del panorama naturale che si estende su un'area di 80 ettari e l'armonioso connubio tra antico e moderno, tra insediamenti archeologici e opere contemporanee, caratterizzano i giardini della Reggia di Venaria, tornati al loro antico splendore dopo un recente progetto di restauro.
Giardini di Palazzo Reale (Torino)
The were commissioned by the Duke Emanuele Filiberto at the end of the sixteenth century as qualifying component of the headquarters of power. The gardens show initially the characters proper of the manneristic garden...
Giardini di Villa Genova (San Salvatore Monferrato)
Enveloped in the age old allure of enormous oak trees in the center of the park, the garden of Villa Genova extends for 10,000 square meters bordered by a splendid hedge of whitethorns.
Giardini di Villa San Remigio (Verbania)
Villa San Remigio lies on the top of Colle della Castagnola, and it overlooks the Lago Maggiore from its gardens. This garden was designed and created by a couple: the Irish painter Sofia Browne and the poet and musician Silvio Della Valle di Casanova.
Giardino del Castello di Bergamasco
The current nineteenth-century garden is located on another prop wall, with two turrets on either sides: the area is divided into dirt road paths marked by brickwork, whereas the central path is characterised by a pergola with wisteria and roses...
Giardino del Castello di Guarene
The gardens surround the castle built by Count Carlo Giacinto Roero of Guarene in 1720 taking inspiration from the models of architect Filippo Juvarra. The two areas the gardens are divided into are connected by means of a path marked by century-old cypresses.