Florence has ancient and beautiful parks; many of them were built in the 14th century when the Renaissance was at its peak. The Medici family built many gardens in Florence, and one of them is the Boboli Garden.
The Boboli Gardens are beautiful. They are next to the Pitti Palace, and many years ago they were exclusively for the Nobility. The garden opened to the public in the 19th century. The Boboli Gardens have 45000 Square meters. Here you’ll find lovely statues like Neptune’s statue and a beautiful amphitheater. The Boboli Gardens are exceptionally well-preserved and have a peaceful atmosphere with hundred of trees with a delicate green-color emerald. Due to the dimensions of the park, visitors need three hours to visit it.
Another worth value park is the Semplici di Firenze, which was built in the Renaissance. It is part of Florence University, and with only 1694 square meters, in the garden, Semplici di Firenze visitors can find species of vegetables that can’t grow up in Tuscany weather.
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