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Malerischer Ausblick
“Giardino degli Aranci (Parco Savello) The tranquil Garden of Oranges, also known as Parco Savello, affords fantastic views of the many monuments, roof tops and domes of Rome, encapsulating flavors of the modern and medieval on its shady walkways. The park itself fits neatly behind the ancient Basilica of Santa Sabina, and beside the Piazza Pietro d'Illiria, named after the founder of the church. Visitors to this secluded square are greeted by the scowling face of Giacomo Della Porta's fountain, perhaps made in reference to Oceanus, a River god. The mask had several previous locations, including the Forum and Lungotevere Gianicolense, before coming to rest on the peaceful Aventine Hill. To the side of the garden are the remains of a wall which once surrounded the Tenth Century Savelli Castle. Built by Alberico II, and inherited by Ottone IIIafter the first Millennium, it was later given to the Dominican Order, who transformed the castle into a monastery, and the small park into a vegetable garden. Legends surrounding Spanish Saint Dominic gave the garden its name, and its first orange tree: having transported the sapling from his homeland, he planted it close to the cloister where it flourished. Legend tells how Saint Catherine of Siena picked the oranges from this tree and made candied fruit, which she gave to Pope Urban VI. The tree remains to this day, visible through a "porthole" in the wall of the nave. Miraculously, a younger sapling grew on its remains, which continues to bear fruit. Years later, orange trees were added to the monastery garden, which became known as the Garden of Oranges. Though they produce bitter fruit, they give a pleasant shady air to the garden, affording a lovely retreat from the bustle and noise of urban life. The garden's present form is the result of the work of architect Raffaele de Vico, creator of many of Rome's "green spaces". Upon entering the Garden of Oranges, the ancient apse of the Basilica of Santa Sabina appears, while, on the opposite side, scanty remains of the old Savelli fortress, drawbridge and towers are visible. The garden was designed on a symmetrical plan, drawing visitors ever closer to the central walkway leading to the terrace. A couple of steps forward offers a fantastic panorama of the Tevere, the ancient temples of the Forum Boarium, Santa Maria in Cosmedin (where the Mouth of Truth is found) the Gianicolo, and the imposing dome of St. Peter's from afar. During the summer it is no surprise that the garden is the choice setting for theatrical productions, a favorite resting spot for visitors touring Rome and the haunt of lovers. Perhaps the inspiring view and romantic ambience offers the ideal prompt for falling at the feet of one's beloved!”
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Skulpturengarten
“The Park of the Monsters (Parco dei Mostri in Italian), also named Garden of Bomarzo, is a Manieristic monumental complex located in Bomarzo, in the province of Viterbo, in northern Lazio, Italy. The garden was created during the 16th century. Situated in a wooded valley bottom beneath the castle of Orsini, it is populated by grotesque sculptures and small buildings located among the natural vegetation. Perfect for family with children.”
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Skulpturengarten
“Daily at noon, a cannon fires once from the Janiculum in the direction of the Tiber as a time signal. This tradition goes back to December 1847, when the cannon of the Castel Sant'Angelo gave the sign to the surrounding belltowers to start ringing at midday. In 1904, the ritual was transferred to the Janiculum and continued until 1939. On 21 April 1959, popular appeal convinced the Commune of Rome to resume the tradition after a twenty-year interruption.”
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Skulpturengarten
“Amazing sculpture wonderland , kids will love it, a great day trip to the coast as well as near to Capalbio and the coast, Ultima spiaggia in the natural park of Burano”
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Garten
“We really suggest to visit this beautiful gardens with a guide. The place is not full of tourists and you can enjoy amazing views!”
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Denkmal/Wahrzeichen
“The 20th September 1870 the "Bersaglieri" (a division of the Italian army) breakthrough in Rome (then under the power of the pope) from a breach near "Porta Pia".”
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Skulpturengarten
“Set up in 1988, the Monterano Nature Reserve protects one of the most representative and unspoilt areas of the "Tuscia Romana" between the Tolfa and Sabatini mountains ”
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Garten
“One of the most interesting Villas in Castelli Romani Area, you can visit the "Scuderie Aldobrandini" and during working days (Mon to Fri) you can also visit the private garden of the Villa ”
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Garten
“Small park in our block. Villa Fiorelli offers a nice and relaxing view. Useful if you like to walk or run all around. You can also find some place where sit and drink, enjoying this quite and green little peaceful corner!”
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Park
“Un piccolo polmone di verde per rilassarsi o fare una corsetta! A perfect little park where to relax or run in the morning!”
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Garten
“The Moutan Botanic Centre is home to the world's largest collection of tree and herbaceous peonies. Visit it in May when all the peonies are in flowers. ”
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Nachbarschaft
“Local People in Rome-Organizzano tours esperenzialei (enogastronimici, arte, cultura, artigianato). Sono bravissimi e originali. I prezzi sono contenuti”
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Garten
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Park
“Parco a pochi passi dalla nostra casa con tantissimo verde e ottimo per fare passeggiate rilassanti di mattina o sera :)”
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Park
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