We are all aware of the cultural importance of Italy to the world, and as an example one of the most important and contemporary forms of its influence in the world is landscaping.
This extension of architecture and gardening formally appeared as a specialty in the Renaissance.
Of course, it was very expensive to pay for the planning of a magnificent garden and to keep it looking perfect, but above all to pay for the hydraulic work and to get the water.
Only people of the upper class could pay, which at that time was summarized in merchants and clergy and their families, that is why the most impressive villas with their respective gardens belonged to them.
This series invites you to travel to these gardens and explore their history and the history of Italy through them.
They are impressive hydraulic works and landscaping, which demonstrate the importance and wealth of their owners.