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Public Gardens (Parco Duca di Cesar), Sicily

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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  • Come to one of the three entrances to the Park by a sculpture which depicts two Angels the Park includes several species of Mediterranean plants, olive trees, pines, cypresses, tropical plants also of great beauty and rarity. You can also find various architectural structures called pagodas designed between the 1890-1899.La story goes that Lady Trevelyan, to which it was donated this park by her husband the Duke, he wanted to create in this park a dream in order to regain serenity. Today tourists can appreciate the wonderful and suggestive panorama can be admired but too bad the facilities have not cured so many are out of action and that some sections of the garden South East were shut off and closed. It's a real shame to miss such beauty. Good news is that you don't have to pay any entrance fee and even the toilet located within.
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  • Very nice park tucked away in the heart of Taormina with great follies, flowers and views. Very interesting links historically to the English creator Florence Trevelyan. 
  • A small maze wonderful with a beautiful garden, a magnificent view of the Bay and charming little unusual and Baroque houses with a slightly nostalgic climate not only for lovers of gardens but also for all lovers!
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