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Un orto e le sue radici. Lucca 1820-2012…

Un orto e le sue radici. Lucca 1820-2012 (OPS)

by Paolo Emilio Tomei

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(Come inizia:) " L'8 Febbraio del 1814 Sua Altezza Imperiale Elisa Baciocchi, sorella di Napoleone, principessa di Lucca e Piombino, autorizzava la fondazione in città di un Orto Botanico. Nel marzo dello stesso anno, in seguito alla disfatta dell'imperatore a Lipsia, Elisa fu costretta a fuggire alla volta di Genova abbandonando i suoi domini; Lord Bentink aveva risposto a Girolamo Lucchesini, a lui inviato a trattare un'intesa, 'Dite a quella donna che se non scappa la piglio'. La nuova sovrana, Maria Luisa di Borbone, riprese il progetto dell'Orto..."
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