This article originally appeared in the April 2018 issue of Dream of Italy. The Farnese Gardens, on Palatine Hill in Rome, reopened to the public after a 30-year closure and a five-year restoration. The gardens, built in 1550 by Cardinal Alessandro Farnese for the prestigious Farnese family, will be open to the public through October 28 as part of a tour…
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