Palazzo Ducale Di Parma
Ducale Palazzo del Giardino in Parma was a destination for artists, curious, collectors from all over Europe. It was the Palace of Parma, with its garden, its beautiful fountain at the entrance, then its greenhouses and its aranciaie. The many frescoes that enrich the interior, are the work of important artists of the sixteenth and seventeenth century there were dedicated: Cesare Baglioni, Benigno Bossi, Jacopo Bertoia, who painted scenes drawn from the Orlando Furioso. In addition, Tiarini, Agostino Carracci, and Gian Battista Trotti frescoed respectively Erminia Hall, the Love Room and the Hall of Legends. Since 1953 the building houses the headquarters of the Carabinieri of Parma and is currently closed to the public except for specific initiatives where you can visit it.