The green area of the Royal Palace, above and below the stands of the seventeenth-century walls.
Still looking like the original projects for the parks of the Palace, the upper Gardens have been known since 1600 as a tree-lined terrace that framed the view from the Palace towards the Dora river and the countryside. The lower Gardens which complete the green area are the result of the nineteenth-century moat that lies under the only section of the seventeenth-century walls that is still visible.
Information curated by:
Caterina Gaspardo Moro, Giulietta De Luca, Micaela Tartaglia, milli paglieri, Omar Conte, Staff Landscapefor (2017-2023)