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Sleeping Beauty, Millo’s mural in Sweden

Giulia Pacciardi
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Street art meets nature with Sleeping Beauty, the mural by the Italian artist Millo, born with the collaboration of garden designer Sara Bratt.

The beautiful installation, characterized by the black and white lines typical of the street artist, was born inside the Sofiero Palace, the royal castle of Helsingborg, Sweden, once belonged to King Gustaf IV Adolf.
One of the special features of the castle, in addition to its architecture, is the presence of the largest collection of rhododendrons in Europe.

More than 500 different species are kept in the gardens, which were designed by the official garden designer Sara Bratt, and can also be admired by the public.
Before passed away, in fact, Gustaf IV Adolf decided to leave his palace to the city so that anyone could enjoy it just like he did.

So, if before then it was already worth visiting it, today with the amazing and romantic mural of Milo that fits perfectly between the flowers, even more.

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Written by Giulia Pacciardi
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