The little village of Collodi is home to one of the is famous throughout the world for having given its name to Carlo Collodi, the creator of Pinocchio. The story and the tradition have been preserved close to home, albeit in a very Italian way in the quaint little “Pinocchio Park”, named after the little wooden boy with the long nose.
Collodi is also home to the beautiful Garzoni gardens with it’s mythical statues and truly amazing butterfly conservatory. The pictures speak for themselves.
© Bruce P.D'Sena