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Luminosa al p. terra armadio con disegni colorati, letto verde salvia.

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Affacciandoti, alla finestra potrai ammirare il giardino e sentire il profumo della pianta del rosmarino.

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Vista idromassaggio riscaldato; nel giardino.

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Al p.primo arredo moderno e luminoso.

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Balsamario in onice nel museo della Reggia del Belriguardo
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What to see


I Casoni dei pescatori alla Valle Fattibello



La delizia di Benvignante


La chiesa di San Giorgio a Ferrara


The walls of Ferrara


National Archeological Museum of Ferrara

Numerosi reperti archeologici provenienti da due necropoli della cittù di Spina, esposti nel museo della città.

The nice village of Goro


Romanic Church of San Vito


Valleys of Campotto




Valleys of Bando

This protected freshwater oasis of 52 hectars is located near the border of the large reclaimed area of Mezzano. The habitat is rather delicate, owing to the great amount of rare and nesting species, such as Marsh Harriers, Ferrouginous Ducks, etc. Among the other birds there are Reed Warblers, Bearded Tits, Spoonvilles, Little Bitterns, Great Crested Grebes, Shovelers, Pochards, Lapwings, Grey Herons, Black-winged Stilts. The vegetation includes Reeds, Cattails, Tamarisks.

Verginese Castle

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Delizia of Belriguardo

Built in 1435, the Delizia del Belriguardo was the first to be built outside the walls of Ferrara. It was one of the largest and most sumptuous stately homes of the Renaissance period, so much so that it was dubbed "The Versailles of the Estensi". Built by the marquis Niccolò III, it was later extended by Duke Borso, who wanted it to contain one room for every day of the year. Besides the main building, it included two loggias around the minor buildings, with stables that could accommodate up to 200 horses. The entire complex was surrounded by vast gardens with ponds and fountains, embrasured walls with painted towers and a moat. All the major artists of the period worked on the construction one after the other, including the architects Pietro Benvenuti and Biagio Rossetti and the painters Cosmè Tura and Ercole de’ Roberti. Not much of this splendour remains today, unfortunately. The central part of the palace conserves large splendid Gothic windows made of marble. The only room that is still painted is the Sala delle Vigne, attributed to Girolamo da Carpi: on the walls, beautiful imaginary landscape acts as a backcloth to a long series of caryatids that are holding up a vine bower, whose vine-shoots, leaves and bunches of grapes that take up the whole ceiling. Today, the Delizia houses two museums: the Archaeological Museum and the Giuseppe Virgili Room, dedicated to the works of a local modern sculptor.
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