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The gardens of Italy

Latham, Charles.

The gardens of Italy

by Latham, Charles.

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Published by Newnes in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementCharles Latham ; with descriptions by E. March Phillipps.
The Physical Object
Pagination2v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22704299M

Get this from a library! Gardens of Italy. [Ann Larås; Åke E:son Lindman] -- This inspirational book is a lavishly illustrated survey of more than 60 major gardens in every part of Italy, from the lakes north of Milan down to Ravello in the south. 's top gardens in Italy include The Boboli Gardens, Villa d'Este + Villa Cimbrone Gardens. Add these and more to your travel plan. Villa Balbianello and Flavors of Lake Como Walking and Boating Full-Day Tour BOOK WITH VIATOR FROM $ 10 reviews. Duration: 7 hours. Buy tours from $ Visit Positano, Amalfi and Ravello with Local.

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The gardens around Lake Como and Lake Maggiore, in the far north of Italy, are admired throughout the world for their beauty and variety in a magnificent natural location. This book sets out to become the standard work on these gardens as there is nothing of this kind on the market a/5.

The references in the foreword to the writings of Pliny the Younger on the philosophical objectives of an Italian garden were useful, and their application in later Medici villa renaissance gardens. The book inspires one to actually get on and realize /5(9).

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Monty Don takes a personal journey to 30 of Italy's major gardens. Most of these are clustered around major cities such as Rome, Florence and Naples/5(42). Gardens of Italy book.

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