A trip through Italy's Tuscan countryside includes rolling hills of sunflowers, romantic vineyard tours, and a park filled with marble statues of the honorable and dishonorable. Huh? You read that correctly. And there's about to be a new statue in this little mountain town: U.S. President Donald J. Trump.
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The Garden of Bomarzo Brings Monsters To Life Through Sculpture
The eerie Garden of Bomarzo in Italy was discovered by surrealist painter Salvador Dalí in 1938—it was a place the locals called the "Park of Monsters."
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Salvador Dalí discovered what the locals called the "Park of Monsters" in 1938. 00:22
Prince Pier Francesco Orsini commissioned the construction of the "Park of Monsters" in 1552 to chock visitors. 00:42
Salvador Dalí made a short film about the "Park of Monsters." 02:41
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