Villa Ghislanzoni
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The Parkland
It consists of two types of architecture divided from each other by an imposing wrought-iron gate, enriched by precious eighteenth-century statues.
The inner part near the villa, is a typical Italian garden with four large green spaces and geometric square, that surround the avenues of access to the villa.
Of particular interest is the grand MAGNOLIA of which you know the year of plantation in 1890, on the occasion of the marriage of Domenico Curti great-grandfather of the current owner dr. Giandomenico Curti.
In the park outside the gate are imposing secular plants of various botanical species: oaks, cedars of Lebanon, magnolias, maples, cypress, lime, beech. Of particular value and charm of the ancient avenue carpani, already present in plants of the Napoleonic era of the Villa.