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Villa Cimbrone in Ravello on the Amalfi coast of Italy, is an historic building dating from at least the eleventh century AD whose dazzling gardens perch 500 meter above the sea.
The building was much altered and extended, using a motley collection of salvaged architectural elements from other parts of Italy and elsewhere, by Ernest William Beckett, an English politician, in the early twentieth century.


The villa is now a hotel, and the gardens are open to the public

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