I recommend reading about it or hire a tour guide to understand the design of the house and the gardens since there is a rationale and tradition. You can take very lovely photographs due to the design of the garden. It is too bad that a lot of the structures are vacant and are not preserved so that one can experience the garden in the context of the former owners.
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