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The Parco Reale, an integral part of the project presented by the architect Luigi Vanvitelli to the sovereigns, is inspired by the gardens of the great eighteenth-century European residences, fusing the Italian tradition of the Renaissance garden with the solutions introduced by André Le Nôtre in Versailles. The works, with the delimitation of the area and the planting of the first plants, began in 1753, simultaneously with those for the construction of the Carolino Aqueduct, whose waters from the slopes of Mount Taburno would have fed the fountains of the royal gardens. The current Park is only partly the realization of the project by Luigi Vanvitelli. The works were completed by his son Carlo, who reduced the paternal design due to lack of funds.

The structure is divided into three parts. The first, just behind the Palace, is intended for the parterre (a lawn with straight avenues) and includes the Bosco cd. old (because it existed before the Reggia) in which stands the Castelluccia, a sixteenth-century building rebuilt in 1769 in the form of a miniature fortress where the young Ferdinand IV practiced fake battles. The avenues arrive at Peschiera, an artificial lake with a small island in the middle, embellished by a circular temple.

The second part of the Park, characterized by the fountains flowing out of the fountains arranged in axis with the Reggia, starts from the "Margherita" fountain: from two side ramps, one ascends to the bridge of Hercules where the great "waterway" begins ". Following the slope of the hill, alternate water basins, overlapping pools and ornate statues; two wide roads, bounded by espaliers of holm oaks and oak groves, flank it up to the great basin, where an imposing waterfall falls from the slopes of Monte Briano. The first fountain that meets is that called the "Dolphins" because the water comes out of the mouths of three large fish carved in stone. It follows the fountain of "Eolo", a wide exedra in which there are numerous "caves" that simulate the dwelling of the winds, represented by numerous statues of zephyrs, never completed. There are then seven degrading pools that form as many waterfalls and the fountain of "Cerere", symbol of the ferocity of Sicily, with the statues of the goddess and the two rivers of the island. The last fountain depicts the story of "Venus and Adonis". In the basin below the waterfall of Mount Briano, called "the bath of Diana", two important marble groups depict Atteone at the moment when, turned into deer, he is about to be torn by his own dogs and Diana, surrounded by nymphs, surprised while exiting from the bathroom.

The third part is that of the English Garden, wanted by Maria Carolina. It was Lord Hamilton who persuaded the queen to compete with her sister Marie Antoinette of France, who had had Petit Trianon made at Versailles. It was, therefore, called the English botanist Andrew Graefer who in 1782 started work in the area near the great waterfall, where the land sloping towards noon lends itself to whimsical compositions and to the cultivation of exotic species. The garden offers a series of evocative places with deep references to the models of the time: the cryptoporticus, with statues from the excavations of Pompeii and the Farnese collection; the small pond of the bath of Venus, with the fake Pompeiian ruins; the English casino, built on two floors, with a base and Doric pillars supporting a cornice decorated with medallions, which was the home of Graefer and, finally, the aperia, an area used as a water reservoir by Vanvitelli , then used for the breeding of the bees and finally turned into a greenhouse in 1826. Nearby, the four greenhouses in which Graefer planted the plants he was looking for in Capri, in Salentino or in Palermo. Nearby are the Aquarium, intended for aquatic plants, the Rosaio and the Botanical School.


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Great footage. Thank you for sharing this video with us. If there is any help needed, please let us know. Thank you.
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DJI Natalia Posted at 2-3 12:54
Great footage. Thank you for sharing this video with us. If there is any help needed, please let us know. Thank you.

Hi, Natalia... Thank you
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egargiulo Posted at 2-3 12:58
Hi, Natalia... Thank you

You're most welcome. Have a nice day!
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this is my first video with OP despite level problems ....
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DJI Natalia Posted at 2-3 13:06
You're most welcome. Happy flying!

With a pocket Osmo? whahahhahah guess that's a one-way trip haha haha
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Really great video, thank you for sharing! Did you shoot in slo-mo, or did you shoot in 60fps then slow the footage down?
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Laowai184 Posted at 2-5 11:19
Really great video, thank you for sharing! Did you shoot in slo-mo, or did you shoot in 60fps then slow the footage down?

I made filming in slo-mo but not always. I think that for architectural shots they introduce a sense of calm and balance consistent with the theme. In addition, the slo-mo shots almost completely eliminate the very annoying up-down movement present in all the gimbal
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egargiulo Posted at 2-5 22:40
I made filming in slo-mo but not always. I think that for architectural shots they introduce a sense of calm and balance consistent with the theme. In addition, the slo-mo shots almost completely eliminate the very annoying up-down movement present in all the gimbal

Thanks for the reply!
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I modified the video in the audio and in the times
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Great job really nice video.
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hallmark007 Posted at 2-12 09:49
Great job really nice video.

thank you .......
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