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    • Boboli Gardens

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    • The Boboli Gardens were begun in 1549 by Nicolo Pericoli, known as 'Tribolo', a pupil of Michelangelo; work was continued in 1583, probably by Ammannati & Buontalenti, completed in the 17C by Alfonso Parigi & others
    • Boboli Gardens

    •  
    • The Boboli Gardens were begun in 1549 by Nicolo Pericoli, known as 'Tribolo', a pupil of Michelangelo; work was continued in 1583, probably by Ammannati & Buontalenti, completed in the 17C by Alfonso Parigi & others
    • Boboli Gardens

    •  
    • The Boboli Gardens were begun in 1549 by Nicolo Pericoli, known as 'Tribolo', a pupil of Michelangelo; work was continued in 1583, probably by Ammannati & Buontalenti, completed in the 17C by Alfonso Parigi & others
    • Boboli Gardens

    •  
    • The Boboli Gardens were begun in 1549 by Nicolo Pericoli, known as 'Tribolo', a pupil of Michelangelo; work was continued in 1583, probably by Ammannati & Buontalenti, completed in the 17C by Alfonso Parigi & others
    • Boboli Gardens

    •  
    • The Boboli Gardens were begun in 1549 by Nicolo Pericoli, known as 'Tribolo', a pupil of Michelangelo; work was continued in 1583, probably by Ammannati & Buontalenti, completed in the 17C by Alfonso Parigi & others
    • Boboli Gardens

    •  
    • The Boboli Gardens were begun in 1549 by Nicolo Pericoli, known as 'Tribolo', a pupil of Michelangelo; work was continued in 1583, probably by Ammannati & Buontalenti, completed in the 17C by Alfonso Parigi & others
    • Boboli Gardens

    •  
    • The Boboli Gardens were begun in 1549 by Nicolo Pericoli, known as 'Tribolo', a pupil of Michelangelo; work was continued in 1583, probably by Ammannati & Buontalenti, completed in the 17C by Alfonso Parigi & others
    • Boboli Gardens

    •  
    • The Boboli Gardens were begun in 1549 by Nicolo Pericoli, known as 'Tribolo', a pupil of Michelangelo; work was continued in 1583, probably by Ammannati & Buontalenti, completed in the 17C by Alfonso Parigi & others
    • Boboli Gardens

    •  
    • The Boboli Gardens were begun in 1549 by Nicolo Pericoli, known as 'Tribolo', a pupil of Michelangelo; work was continued in 1583, probably by Ammannati & Buontalenti, completed in the 17C by Alfonso Parigi & others
    • Boboli Gardens

    •  
    • The Boboli Gardens were begun in 1549 by Nicolo Pericoli, known as 'Tribolo', a pupil of Michelangelo; work was continued in 1583, probably by Ammannati & Buontalenti, completed in the 17C by Alfonso Parigi & others
    • Boboli Gardens

    •  
    • The Boboli Gardens were begun in 1549 by Nicolo Pericoli, known as 'Tribolo', a pupil of Michelangelo; work was continued in 1583, probably by Ammannati & Buontalenti, completed in the 17C by Alfonso Parigi & others
    • Boboli Gardens

    •  
    • The Boboli Gardens were begun in 1549 by Nicolo Pericoli, known as 'Tribolo', a pupil of Michelangelo; work was continued in 1583, probably by Ammannati & Buontalenti, completed in the 17C by Alfonso Parigi & others
    • Boboli Gardens

    •  
    • The Boboli Gardens were begun in 1549 by Nicolo Pericoli, known as 'Tribolo', a pupil of Michelangelo; work was continued in 1583, probably by Ammannati & Buontalenti, completed in the 17C by Alfonso Parigi & others
    • Boboli Gardens

    •  
    • The Boboli Gardens were begun in 1549 by Nicolo Pericoli, known as 'Tribolo', a pupil of Michelangelo; work was continued in 1583, probably by Ammannati & Buontalenti, completed in the 17C by Alfonso Parigi & others

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