The Garden Landscape Guide

Poggio a Cajano

Lorenzo di Medici ('the Magnificent') commissioned the palace and garden at Poggio-a-Cajano in 1485. The designer was Giuliano de Sangallo (1445-1516) an architect, sculptor and military engineer.

Poggio a Cajano, nr Firenze, Tuscany, Italy

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Reviews

  • about 6 years by be-am 4 / 5

    A quiet place, easy to be overlooked from the street - we passed twice... The garden consists of 3 parts: the front part which leads to the main flight of stairs to the villa; on the right the once secret garden with a variety of old trees and then the exuberant woods between the villa and the garden wall on the slope of torrente Ombrone. Enjoy the shady places on banks between some ruins, a bamboo grove and giant old trees!

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Poggio a Caiano Photograph © Bernhard Eckert
Poggio a Caiano, Tuscany Photograph © Bernhard Eckert
Poggio a Caiano, Italy Photograph © Bernhard Eckert
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