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Suggestive overlooking the arboretum, the Orangerie, built in the second half of the seventeenth century and then extended several times, is now a corner in which to enjoy the pleasure of contemplating nature.


The elegant majolica stube and colonial furnishings, in addition to the collection of books and magazines on botany and specimens of potted plants, create an evocative environment that can be enjoyed in all seasons at any time.


The interpenetration of the nineteenth-century botanical collecting style with exotic-themed furnishing accessories of the most modern design, makes the Orangerie a welcoming and refined space.


The path leading to it is one of the most suggestive views of the arboretum and in the recently built flower beds that decorate it there is a beautiful collection of rustic orchids.

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