In the Florentine Oltrarno, there is a garden brought to life by statues and flowers, which clings to the Montecuccoli hill
The Bardini Garden and the discovery of an alchemical path
In the Florentine Oltrarno, there is a garden brought to life by statues and flowers, which clings to the Montecuccoli hill. As early as the thirteenth century, the Mozzi family knew how to create, on the back of its large palace, a “hortus conclusus” among the oldest in Florence.
In the following centuries, other families have alternated and the grand seventeenth-century staircase still shows us a secret path that winds through paths, ancient trees, flowers and perfumes until we enter a symbolic English garden where myth and nature live together in perfect harmony. We will retrace that path together to rediscover its beauty and mystery.
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