Giardino Bardini. Florence, Italy.


"Originally it was an arrangement of walled orchards ... covering the whole of the hill behind it.  In the eighteenth century Giulio Mozzi, who loved gardens, enriched the property with a long fountain wall with a multi-material mosaic at the bottom. In the mid-nineteenth century the baroque garden was enlarged through the purchase of the adjoining Anglo-Chinese garden of Villa Manadora, created by Luigi Le Blanc at the beginning of the nineteenth century." Source: GrandiGiardini.It.