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Twice a visit today alone. An exceptional location and saw very little of it since it occupies a good area structured submissively. Spacious, manicured, lavender studded in some areas. The monumental structures were in frontal locations by the brick pillared canopied loggias. Lavender studded doric...More
Unfortunately, for us, the church is currently closed for renovation, but it's still possibly to wander, and wonder, around the nearly all the site. Wonderfully peaceful and interesting. Due visit via Corso Ercole 1 D'Este. The lane looks like the subject of a Pissaro painting,...More
I always found a little bit creepy the visits in cemeteries as tourist, but in Italy they really worth to see. It' not less stunning than a renaissance church ⛪the architecture, the placement, colours and sculptures make this place a real attraction which is to...More
The people of Ferrara call this area the countryside inside the.city. A definition.which is.perfect.for a space which is just a few steps.away from the.main historical buildings but at the same.time seems so.distant in terms of atmosphere. I strongly suggest to.visit not.only the cemetery but also...More
I stumbled across this on one of the self directed walking tours about town. A beautiful public cemetery set on acres of gardens. I spent some time wandering around. Very nicely laid out. Filled with tombs, memorials and graves. Very beautiful and peaceful. Unfortunately the...More
This is a beautiful, tranquil place with stunning architecture. However, it is a cemetery, a place of respect, were locals come to honour their loved ones, so don't expect ice-cream parlours and people having picnics on the grass.
The peace and beauty of this place (including the gardens and green spaces) is breathtaking. The architecture (by Rosetti) is so well proportioned and harmonious that it lifts the spirit. We went there on bicycles and had the place to ourselves. Only downside was that...More