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The garden and the Humanism

In the prosperous Italy that emerged from the Middle Ages, we went back to build large houses in the countryside taking up the tradition of suburban villas of ancient Rome.

Thus the great Medici villas of Fiesole and Castello were born on the hills close to the city, inspired by the writings of Leon Battista Alberti and in which the garden was an integral part of the architecture.

Thus Humanism began.

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