In the countryside just outside the center of Lodi, this sort of green work of art was designed, made up of trees that over the years are supposed to grow and form a sort of architectural monument. It still takes time to see it complete; for now what stands out are not the trees, still very small (and not all in excellent condition) but their supports. Hoping that the next generations will see it accomplished, a positive vote can be given on trust; for now nothing prevents you from taking a trip outside the city to take a look. As for me, however, I don't understand why to arrange all the plants with monotonous regularity at the top of an ideal grid of squares, instead of locating them at distances designed to give a better idea of "cathedral" (ideally distinguishing the central nave, aisles, presbytery , apse ...); and why choose the name, rather cacophonous, of "vegetable cathedral", when "cathedral arboreal" or "vegetable dome" would sound much better.
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