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Giardino Corsi

  • Via Romana

Between 1801 and 1810 the architect Giuseppe Manetti landscaped the first romantic garden in Florence for the Marquis Tommaso Corsi on a plot of land where the ancient Monastery of San Vincenzo once stood. Worthy of notice is the semicircular gray-stone bench and wall from the Medicean period and the Tempio del Canto, situated between Via de’ Mori and Via Romana. Not to be missed is the underground passageway that connects this park to the Boboli and Torrigiani gardens. 

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