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The Borromean Islands

The Borromee Islands Archipelago includes three real islands (Island Madre, the largest, Island Bella, dedicated by Carlo III Borromeo to his wife Isabella, Fishermen's Island, so called for the main activity that has always been practiced here) an Isolino, that of St. John, just in front of Verbania and an islet, the Malghera, just over an uninhabited rock

What do you find...

Fishermen's Island is the only inhabited stable, albeit from a small community, while the two "sisters" islands are sought after by tourists who admire the two splendid palaces and gardens, famous all over Europe for quality 'of landscape and for the care and variety of plant architectures, composed of over 2000 varieties of different species. In the Mother Island there is also a large number of oriental birds, such as white peacocks, golden pheasants and parrots, free in the beautiful garden. The Island Bella has a garden that, skillfully designed over the centuries, has multicolored blooms throughout the year, rotating among the various floral species.

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