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“Enzo Pazzagli” Art Park

A park with over 200 artworks in Florence's southern zone

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Via Sant'Andrea a Rovezzano

The Parco d'Arte Enzo Pazzagli is found in the southern quarter of Florence, in via Sant'Andrea di Rovezzano, between the river Arno and the station that connects the city to Rome. It is a large garden of nearly 24,000 square metres and contains the works of its eponymous artist, including around 200 sculptures and installations such as La Trinità, which is made up of 300-odd cypress trees planted to resemble a face with two profiles when seen from above. Among Pazzagli's most celebrated sculptures here you should also see the winged Pegasus, a symbol of Tuscany.

The park contains works of other artists too, like Sauro Cavallini and Marcello Guasti, in addition to some satirical papier-mâché masks from the Viareggio Carnival.

Info: pazzagli.com


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