Giardino Giapponese, Rome
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Una volta entrati in questo cancello la guida vi dice non fate foto che dopo avrete 10 minuti solo per fare foto e allora tu kissa cosa t aspetti. Calma, frena la tua immaginazione perché il "giardino... read more »Once you enter this gate the guide tells you don't make pictures that you will have 10 minutes just to take pictures and then you kissa thing t wait. Calm, hold your imagination because the "Garden" is about it, what you see! It is tiny and has only the peach blossoms. A total disappointment.show original
Preziosissimo scrigno ti cultura giapponese... è importante visitarlo non per la sua grandezza ma per capire perché si mettono certe piante e il loro simbolo... come l'acqua.... la piccola cascata...o... read more »Precious treasure chest you Japanese culture ... it is important to see him not for his greatness but to understand why you bring certain plants and their symbol ... like water .... the small waterfall ... or the same cherry trees ... it is important to understand other cultures ... go and listen carefully the explanations of the guidesshow original
Un piccolo gioiello nel cuore della città di Roma. La visita è breve, 20 minuti circa, ma vale la pena: si può godere di una bella passeggiata in un luogo ben curato e molto rilassante.A little gem in the heart of Rome. The visit is short, 20 minutes but worth it: you can enjoy a nice walk in a well cared for and very relaxing.show original
Lucia BarbiThe good thing is that the visit is free and there is a great guide that tells the story of the garden. Otherwise it's very complicated book and the garden is small and nothing great outside of flowering cherry trees.show original
Yari DonofrioA small garden representing Japanese culture influenced by Italian plants, the garden is well maintained, and protected, the visit is short but is free with reservations but worth going to visit this piece of living artshow original
Maria SalvatoriCute ... very small and cozy--from the pictures it seems bigger. but it is worth a visit too ☺show original
Sal MontemaleThanks to the Japanese representation that allows the visit of this little gemshow original
Nancy meleExcellentshow original
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