Italian garden late-renaissance
The Villa Vecelli, Cavriani, Ruffini is a Venetian villa dating from the first half of the eighteenth century. It is located in the municipality of Mozzecane, in privincia of Verona. The project was designed by architect Verona Adriani Cristofali.
It is conceived as a traditional Venetian villa: the main building, the wings, the double brolo elements are present here as in many other buildings of the time.
Until a few years ago Villa Vecelli Cavriani was in a state of neglect. Fortunately today has been restored and used for congresses and meetings.
The formal garden, or Italian garden, is a style of garden from the late Renaissance and is characterized by a geometric division of space obtained with the use of rows of trees and hedges plant sculptures of various shapes obtained by pruning of evergreen bushes (topiary), ponds geometric, often combined with architectural features such as fountains and statues.