Villa Bardini in Florence is located at the highest point of Florence, close to Boboli Gardens. The Villa was built in the early seventeenth century thanks to Gherardo Silvani architectural design. The Villa is decorated with a landscaped garden with sculptures and fountains with water games. Del Settecentesco period is the Kaffeehaus with the grotto, which still exists and can be visited today. The garden is divided into three sections: Italian, English and the agricultural park. The garden is also very important for the variety of distant origin wisteria. It is thought to have been brought from China by Marco Polo. The villa is equipped with sixty rooms and halls on four levels and houses the offices of the Foundation Bardini Peyron Monumental Parks. The Villa is now an exhibition space that hosts temporary exhibitions. Moreover, in 2007 and 2008 they were also opened the Museum Roberto Capucci and the Annigoni Museum and a space for contemporary art exhibitions.