Ninfa Garden wins prestigious European award

Sep 12, 2018 736

The romantic English-style gardens of Ninfa, situated about 80 km south-east of Rome, have reeived a prestigious European Garden Award from the European Garden Heritage Network (EGHN). Ninfa came second only to London's Kew Gardens in the "European heritage of gardens and gardening" section of the EGHN network which comprises 190 parks and gardens in 14 countries.

The recognition was awarded to the president of Ninfa garden's Roffredo Caetani Foundation, Tommaso Agnoni, who said that Ninfa is now a "point of reference throughout Europe." Considered by the New York Times as "the most beautiful and romantic garden in the world", Ninfa has more than 1,000 shrubs, plants and flowering trees spread out over its eight-hectare site.

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