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Promote your company logo ethically on the internationally approved web site of the Vatican Gardens pages.

Partner with the Vatican Gardens and promote your company name and logo. Complete the order section and email your company logo to

It is there that larger and more recent gardens have been planted, covering together with the original garden about half of the 44 hectares of Vatican City.

Along the ilex avenue that leads on from here to the French Garden you will be struck by the strong scent of the flowers and wood of the majestic camphor tree (Cinnamomum glanduliferum Meissn.). Beyond this Garden lies the heliport built under Pope Paul VI (Giovanni Battista Montini, 1963-1978) which Roman Pontiffs now regularly use when going on their numerous pastoral journeys. The heliport has been placed under the protection of the Black Madonna of Częstochowa depicted here in bronze. From here one can admire the great open space of the French Garden, by strolling along the red rock paths lined with ancient terracotta pots adorned with the papal coat of arms and filled with stunning azaleas (Rhododendron L. sp.). Placed here is a dug-in water cistern which can hold up to eight million litres of water necessary for irrigation, filling up the fountains and for fire prevention in the Gardens. Surrounding this area are some rare trees. Among these are: an Australian silk-oak (Grevillea robusta A.Cunn.), two very tall examples of dawn redwood (Metasequoia glyptostroboides Hu & Cheng.), an olive tree donated by the State of Israel to mark the establishment of diplomatic relations with the Holy See, and a wide variety of other trees donated over the years by different delegations visiting the Holy Father

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Promote your company name and logo FOR A PERIOD OF TWO YEARS internationally and sponsor the Vatican Gardens for the future of mankind. Your company name will be listed alongside internationally famous brands. Partner the Vatican Gardens, a world renowned venue, in promoting your company name and logo to the public and the world in general. Your company logo would be in a large box at the bootm of every web page of the Vatican Gardens web site. Also available smaller spaces and positions where your company logo could be placed. The Vatican Gardens is nearly 800 years old and is a World Heritage Sight as defined by UNESCO. The Vatican Gardens have been a place of quiet and meditation since 1279 when Nicholas III (Giovanni Gaetano Orsini, 1277-1280) moved his residence back to the Vatican from the Lateran Palace. Within the new walls, which he had built to protect his residence, he planted an orchard (pomerium), a lawn (pratellum) and a garden (viridarium). The event is recorded among other places on a stone plaque which can be viewed in the “Sala dei Capitani” of the “Palazzo dei Conservatori” on Rome’s Capitoline Hill. Created around the hill of Saint Egidio (where the “Palazzetto del Belvedere” is located today) and the courtyards of the Vatican Museums, this was to be the first garden in the Vatican. However, should you visit the Vatican Gardens today you would begin by viewing a totally different area from that first orchard, one located in a more recent addition to what is now Vatican City State. It is there that larger and more recent gardens have been planted, covering together with the original garden about half of the 44 hectares of Vatican City.

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