Tivoli

The name Tivoli originally indicates the town of Tivoli in the Lazio region of central Italy, founded a few centuries before Rome. Because of the fame of the gardens of the Villa d'Este there (and of their namesake in Paris), the name has also been applied to other entities:

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Tivoli (Baltimore, Maryland)
... Tivoli is a historic home located at Baltimore, Maryland, United States ... Tivoli was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 ...
Tivoli Park, Ljubljana - History
... Tivoli Park was laid out upon the plans by the engineer Jean Blanchard in 1813, when Ljubljana was the capital of the French Illyrian Provinces ... He joined two existent parks, around Tivoli Castle (at that time called Podturn Manor) and around Cekin Mansion, and linked them to the Ljubljana downtown ... It was led by the Czech gardener Vaclav Hejnic, who was the first professional gardener in Tivoli, and who arranged parts of the park in the 1920s ...
Tivoli Hall
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Søren Robert Lund - Completed Projects
1997 Connected to the Tivoli Amusement Park, Copenhagen, as Head of Design and Development ... Preparation of a master plan for the future development of the Tivoli Garden into the next millennium, in which the values of the 153 years old garden is maintained but accentuated. 1998 Valhalla Castle, a Nordic theme area in Tivoli ...
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