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Villa Belvedere

What to see in Saluzzo, Cuneo, Piedmont


Also known as Villa Radicati, a noble family who owned it from the 1700s to 1977, it stands on a natural terrace which is accessed via a beautiful avenue.
Of probably fourteenth-century orifine, originally the building was to be a signaling tower, while between 1400 and 1500 the site was chosen by the Marquises as a suitable place for hunting and leisure time activities in nature. In the mid-1500s, when the Marquisate of Saluzzo died out, the villa assumed its present appearance, becoming a stately residence, surrounded by a vast and luxuriant "rustic garden", with a terrace, a pergola and a well with a characteristic colored shingle roof.

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