Jardines de Sabatini

Jardines de Sabatini

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  • Park
  • Architecture
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Formerly part of the Royal Palace, the Sabatini Gardens were open to the public in 1978. Laid out in a neoclassical style, the gardens were begun in 1933 when palace stables - designed by Francesco Sabatini in the 18th century - were torn down, but work continued into the 1970s. They are accessible through a gate on the west side.

Jardines de Sabatini, Calle Bailén, Madrid, Spain

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La Bola

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