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All the parks, including Pratolino, have some rules that must be followed in order to use the space correctly and for the safety of the visitors. Pratolino Park these rules are even more important because of its big dimensions, precious pieces of art, which are surrounded by woods, a lake and a pond, which is not always accessible.

Posted on 15/3/2018

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Known as Villa Demidoff, the Pratolino Park has a very intriguing story that brings it to be a role model for the Mannerism and a high example

Posted on 15/3/2018

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Who wanted to build the villa of Carreto Guidi? It was commissioned by Grand Duke Cosimo I de' Medici (1519-1574), who spent a lot of time in this area rich in forests and particularly suitable for the hunting expeditions of the court.

Posted on 22/2/2013

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Discover the Medici Park of Pratolino. With its meadows, woods and ponds, it is one of the largest parks in Tuscany.
Posted on 15/3/2018

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A beautiful short trip from Florence combines the visit to the two Medici villas of Castello and Petraia.

Posted on 24/11/2014

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