Historic Roman Gardens Reopen (April 2018)

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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