Ravello, the country of the Divine already praised by Boccaccio in his Decameron and which, with its picture postcard landscapes and its noble atmosphere, was a source of inspiration for Richard Wagner, right in the gardens of Villa Rufolo, imagined the magical gardens of Klingsor. It is home to one of the oldest Italian music festival, Ravello Festival, which every year a new theme that embraces all artistic disciplines. Next to sacred buildings, often medieval, coexist ancient buildings and noble villas and contemporary buildings, such as the Auditorium designed by the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. The panorama that can be admired from the belvedere of Villa Cimbrone is definitely one of the most famous in the world!
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