The Villa was born as a "casa del signore" in 14th century and from 1538 to the end of the century was re-designed by Cosimo I and his son Ferdinando I. The Castello's garden constitutes, with Villa d'Este at Tivoli, one of the most important example of the "formal garden" in Renaissance Italy.

The villa and garden of Castello in Florence. Historical research and enhancement projects / Pietro Matracchi, Emanuela Ferretti, Marta Castellini. - STAMPA. - (2019), pp. 596-597.

The villa and garden of Castello in Florence. Historical research and enhancement projects

Pietro Matracchi;Emanuela Ferretti;Marta Castellini
2019

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The Villa was born as a "casa del signore" in 14th century and from 1538 to the end of the century was re-designed by Cosimo I and his son Ferdinando I. The Castello's garden constitutes, with Villa d'Este at Tivoli, one of the most important example of the "formal garden" in Renaissance Italy.
Pietro Matracchi, Emanuela Ferretti, Marta Castellini
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