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The Villa Giulia, also known as Villa del Popolo and Villa Flor, is an urban public park east of the Botanical Garden of Palermo in Sicily, Italy. The park is named after Giulia Guevara, wife of the then Viceroy of Sicily, Marcantonio Colonna, prince of Stigliano, and to whom the villa in this park was dedicated. Construction began that year and was completed in 1778. It became Palermo's first public park. It was extended and enlarged in 1866. © Palermo Municipality / unknown author
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