In the park you will also find the serpentine, a lake in which people boat or swim (depending on the time of year).
It's not just about the wild serpentine forms that Schiavone borrowed from Mannerist painters based further south.
I feel that it was just great the way the serpentine worked out.
c.1400, "plant reputed to contain antivenom," from Old French serpentin name of a precious stone, noun use of adjective meaning "of a snake, snake-like; sly, deceptive," from Late Latin serpentius "of a serpent," from Latin serpentem (nominative serpens) "snake" (see serpent). As the name of a greenish igneous rock consisting mainly of hydrous magnesium silicate, attested from early 15c.