Alfred Hitchcock is recognized worldwide as the master of thrill for having shot films like North by Northwest, Psycho, The Birds and many others. In Italy in May 1960, probably for the presentation of his masterpiece Psycho, we see him portrayed in this nice photo driving a cask in front of Termini station. Termini Station owes its name to the Baths of Diocletian which are in front of it, in fact “Termini” means “station near the baths”. It rises above a fortification of the Republican age, part of which has come down to us. The preserved section extends for 94 meters in length reaching the atrium and penetrating into the basement. These remnants peek through the mall shops inside the station. The building was designed in 1950 by architects Montuori, Vitellozzi, Castellazzi and Fadigati.

  • Year: 1960
  • Photographer: Unknown
  • Location: Termini Station
  • Source: Internet

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