November, 2013

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The Boboli Gardens were built by Cosimo I and Elenora of Toledo (1549) during the rebuilding of the Palazzo Pitti. This Palace was designed by Brunelleschi in 1445 and today  it contain seven art collections by Italian and European artists. The Boboli Gardens were designed by architect Niccolò Pericoli, in accordance with the new Renaissance mode characterized by exacted more stately proportions than the medieval. The Renaissance garden was the symbol of the Prince’s power, location of parties and plays,[…]

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