Coppedè Area, Rome
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Friday 4th March 2011
Walking through the streets of the Coppedé area, one will be able to admire the amazing work by Gino Coppedé, a gifted architect, who at the beginning of the 20th century, became popular for his peculiar style. Squares, fountains, buildings and small houses show his marked theatrical approach enriched with a refined decorative display. More Details: Quartiere Coppede, Piazza Mincio, Rome
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