The Coppedè complex was built around the first decades of the last century from an intuition of the Florentine architect Gino Coppedè who elaborated a very particular style. Perhaps little known even by the Romans and a destination for architecture lovers from all over the world due to its originality and in the past it was also used for various film sets. In this photo, the entrance to the neighborhood appears unchanged to us, it is true that the cobblestones and tram tracks on Via Tagliamento are no longer there, but on the other hand, the tranquility that one had to experience walking without cars parked everywhere as today is palpable.
However, it remains a visit to be made to discover a corner out of time in Rome.
Use the central handle to move the curtain and see the two superimposed images. If it should not be totally visible, it is possible to put it in full screen with the button at the top right of the image.
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