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The streets & the parks, Verona: 21 reviews and 40 photos
Favorite thing: This garden belongs to the 16th century Palazzo Giusti. It is one of the finest late Renaissance gardens in the whole of Italy, and dates from 1580.
The garden is divided in two sections, the lower part being in the Italian style. The layout is spacious, with flower beds, a maze, statues, fountains and the cypress avenue winding up the small hill topped by the church of San Zeno in Monte, which was much admired by Goethe. There is a tower-shaped building with a winding staircase and a platform on top, from which one enjoyes a magnificient view over the city.
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