16th century garden-park composed of the sculptural work of Pier Francesco Orsini (1528-1588). Built near the Orsini Castle in the province of Viterbo Italy, these mythological characters were created in honor of Orsini’s beloved wife, Giulia Farnese when she passed away
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The Garden of Monsters was built during the 16th century by Italian mercenary Pier Francesco Orsini as a memorial site for his beloved wife Guilia. Everything about the park is based on this expression of Orsini’s grief for his wife and this reason alone has made the garden stand out as one of the most unusual gardens in the world. Enjoy.
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The Park of the Monsters (Parco dei Mostri in Italian-language), also named Garden of Bomarzo, is a Manieristic monumental complex located in Bomarzo, in the province of Viterbo, in northern Lazio, Italy. The gardens were created during the 16th century. They are composed of a wooded park, located at the bottom of a valley where the castle of Orsini was erected, and populated by sculptures and small buildings divided among of the natural vegetation.