Visit at Botanic Garden (Guided Tour in Italian) Sold out
The origins of the Botanical Garden of Rome date back to the papacy of Nicolò III ( Protected content ) with the establishment of a Pomerium or Verziere, the progenitor of the long series of Vatican gardens within which the Botanical Garden was developed.
n Protected content , the Botanical Garden was moved to the garden of Palazzo Salviati to the Lungara and, in Protected content , after Italy unification, it was moved to the garden of the former convent of San Lorenzo in via Panisperna. Its final arrangement in the garden of Palazzo Corsini dates back to Protected content , when the property passed to the state, with the commitment of building the headquarters of the Accademia dei Lincei.
The Botanical Garden, houses collections of plant species in greenhouses and outdoors of high value (many rare or endangered species) as well as monumental trees.
We will see the centenary trees, the bamboo grove, the flowering of the Hanami Zen garden (peach, cherry trees etc with waterfalls and carps), Beechwoods, Magnolias, Rose gardens, greenhouses of fat plants, huge palm groves and we will learn the history of the Corsini villa and the Roman republic.
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