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Villa Cicogna Mozzoni

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This now graceful renaissance style villa began as a hunting lodge built around 1430. After the renovations were completed in around 1580 the inside was transformed to compliment the renaissance style exterior with frescos, painted ceilings, grand winding staircases and an excellent collection of art and Italian renaissance furnishings were purchased for it. The garden was also landscaped during this period and now has seven levels to it with different plants and diversions on each from formal gardens with box hedges and water features to romantic grottos.

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