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Orti Farnesiani sul Palatino, Rome
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  • Honestly, the Farnese gardens on the Palatine Hill have become surprise certainly enjoyable. Apparently, the explanation I read guide and focused exclusively on the Palatine Hill. After a dark tunnel and a few stairs, we found ourselves in a luxurious garden, go away from here. Were excellent shots.
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  • Buying generic Palatine ticket + Roman Forum, can be as much as a half day walking among the ruins of ancient Rome. And very nice, about the middle of walks for variety you can escape and stumble on something else-the green oasis of the Farnese gardens. Orange trees, rose garden, trimmed bushes and wonderful views of the Forum.
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  • built in 1550, by Cardinal Alessandro Farnese and considered the first botanical garden in Europe, lies on the slopes of the Palatine Hill, the amount of the Roman Forum. Worth a visit, because it is a good spot for panoramic photos of the Roman Forum.
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  • Make sure you explore during the summer to see the views from the back corners
  • Good place to visit
  • Beautiful park, lots of people tho
  • best for a rest
  • The cardinal Farnesio took this hillock on the Forum to make there housing and a large orchard with varied plant species. The views of the Forum from there, a real luxury. Highly recommended to make the visit to the Forum with guide. Much to see and many historical data not to be missed.
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