Relatively modest in size and based on the design of suburban villas, Palazzo Giardino was the duke's private residence. Simply painted in white and then embellished with a delightful oak cornice, the palace's walls and ceilings were richly decorated by Bernardino Campi (1522-91) and his pupils. The 97m-long great gallery is one of the longest built during the Renaissance period.
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