The park is located in the 'Chiadino-Rozzol' district; it is almost totally sloping with a single public entrance.
This garden is the green lung of the city par excellence, a place for escaping the hustle and bustle of the center.
The park can be mainly divided into three areas: the first area comprises the entrance with the precious iron gate, the stone church of the Prague architect Kranner devoted to Saint Pasquale, the pond populated by red fish and turtles, the kiosks and the old stables; the second part is made up of the chalet residence, built after 1860 on a project by the Berlin architect Hitzig, which is quite simple and harmonious with the natural environment, surrounded by an Italian garden; finally there’s the third area which goes from the fountain with the statue of Pinocchio on the top to the children playground with the basketball court, the skating rink and many other facilities.
Villa Revoltella, in Trieste is named after the Venetian entrepreneur Pasquale Revoltella (1795-1869) who in his will declared that he wanted to donate this garden to the city of Trieste, which should have always been 'open during the day to guarantee free access to the public '.
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