We had visited Limone several times before and always wondered about the history behind the many columns that remain along the terraces. This explained how the lemons were housed in their little groups then being able to be fenced off during the colder months. Our visit was in the 3rd week of June and there were lots of lemons on the trees and other fruits too, some of which I had not heard of before. All looked well cared of to us after reading other comments and we felt it was well worth the visit and very informative too!
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