Built in the 1930s, it is named in memory of the famous Italian architect Francesco Sabatini of the 18th century
The Sabatini Gardens is part of the Royal Palace of Madrid, Spain. It was opened to the public by King Juan Carlos I in 1978. They are named after the 18th-century Italian architect Francesco Sabbatini. Construction of the garden began in 1933 and was not completed until the late 1970s. The garden has a formal neoclassical style, including neatly manicured fences, symmetrical geometric patterns, and pools, statues, and fountains. The trees are also arranged in symmetrical geometric shapes. These statues are statues of Spanish kings. The tranquil array is a quiet corner from where you can view the back of the imperial palace.
The Samartini Garden should also belong to the former royal garden. The gardening of the European royal family is very pleasing to the eye. The scenery is particularly good. The buildings in the park are also very royal, and the buildings seen in the Royal Palace of Madrid Pretty like
The Sabatini Gardens can be regarded as the "Royal Garden" of the Royal Palace of Madrid. It was built in the 1930s and named in honor of the famous Italian architect Francesco Sabatini in the 18th century. Francesco Sabbatini has designed many famous buildings and monuments in Madrid, such as the Porta Alcala.
Although the garden is the back garden of the palace is located in Madrid, but charlotte cane than French Versailles or German Berlin palace garden, it is much less, mainly is probably because here is not originally the palace itself form a complete set of garden. The garden design is concise, mainly a tank and some simple sculpture, as well as the clip is geometry and symmetric beauty of flowers and plants trees. Park corner sparsely populated in some places, under the trees in some remote, tourists friends please pay attention to safety problems.
Part of the Royal Palace (Palacio de Real), this lovely garden is a great way to relax and reflect upon your palace visit as well escaping the crowds.
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