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Garden's palace (Palazzo del giardino)
Parma

The ducal garden's palace (palazzo del giardino ducale) is located in the ducal park in Parma. It was erected in 1561 and restyled in the XVIII century by the architect Petitot. Nowadays is the headquarter of EFSA (European Food Safety Authority).

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