Beside the Palacio Real are the Sabatini Gardens. Francesco Sabatini was the court architect and he designed these gardens, as well as the Palacio Real. His origin was Italy. The gardens were built much later (1933) than the palace, built in the 18th century. The style of this garden is neoclassic and the designs are very symmetrical with fountains, trees, bushes, and flowers. The trees and bushes are trimmed into geometrical shapes. Peace and quiet reign in these gardens and it is a perfect place to relax after seeing the palace.
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