The Terrace of Infinity from Villa Cimbrone is a great place to see the beauty of the Tyrrhenian Sea

Villa Cimbrone is a famous construction in Ravello, on the Amalfi Coast of Italy. 

It dates from at least the 11th century AD and is famous for its scenic belvedere, the Terrazzo dell infinito (Terrace of Infinity).

Adjusted and extended in the early twentieth century by Ernest William Beckett, Villa Cimbrone comprises many restored architectural elements from other parts of Italy and elsewhere.

Beckett redeveloped the gardens at the same time. Villa Cimbrone is now a hotel and luxury wedding venue, and its gardens are open to the public.

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