Above and below you can see the view of the Decumano or Fisheries’ Boulevard from the Martinengo Fish pond or Golden Fish pond (view West-East). This Fishery is the 3rd fishery farther West of the Decumano and is one of the very few elements of the garden that are not original from the XVII° century. In fact, this fishery was not included in the sixteen hundred Bernini’s project, but it has been added only in the 1800 by the Martinengo. In its place, in the XVII° century, there was a meadow with the Barbarigo’s coat of arms made with flowers beds. The three fisheries that today make up the Decumano from West to East are:

Martinengo Fish pond, Fishery of the Winds, Fishery of the Rivers or Diana’s Bath.

Panorama

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Panorama