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Nemorense Park / Virgiliano Park (Parco Nemorense o Virgiliano), Rome

Nemorense Park / Virgiliano Park (Parco Nemorense o Virgiliano) - Rome, Italy
Nemorense Park / Virgiliano Park (Parco Nemorense o Virgiliano)
Via Nemorense 31, Rome, Italy 00199Map
Neighborhood: Trieste - Nomentana - Montesacro - Salario - Nuovo Salario
Overview

Realized in 1930 by the landscape architect Raffaele Vico, Nemorense Park (also known as Parco Virgiliano) has since then represented a real green lung and meeting spot for the locals in the Trieste neighborhood. In its midst, among the oaks and pines, three green hectares (just under seven-and-a-half acres) can be found, dressed with a merry-go-round and games for children, a bocce ball lawn and a beautiful lake: Nemorense Park is truly adapted for both young and less young. You’ll also find a café of sorts with an open-air bar, not to mention the historic stone walls upon which whole generations have passed their childhood afternoons.

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