THE ROSARY ALLEE
Starting from the garden and orchard area, the rosary allée connects the N-S ends of the garden driving to the little square of the Virgin. Made of white Botticino stone gravel, it is 140 m long and 2,10 m wide. For three times, corresponding to the Joyful, Sorrowful and Glorious Mysteries, it is reduced to 1,3 m wide to make room for plants and flowers. At the center of the path, in correspondence with the Sorrowful Mysteries, three wooden benches mark a point of refreshment among the scents. Finally, two arched tunnels, each 18m long, are the support for climbing English roses and clematis, as well as a shelter for prayer in summer. The allée doesn't need any concrete foundation, it is 100% draining and sustainable, realized through a modular grid made of HDPE filled by the gravel stone.
THE LITTLE SQUARE OF THE VIRGIN
Prayer area is paved with white Botticino stone gravel and equipped with "Cobra" benches. It is conceived as the arrival point of the rosary allée and corresponds to the Luminous Mysteries. The statue is placed on a plinth in a circular garden. A Laudato Si cypress, donated by The Living Chapel project, will be planted next to the statue.