More Rome

We walked down the Viale dell’Uccellaria, past the eponymous aviary:-

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Down to the British School of Rome, founded in 1901 and now housed in a building constructed by Lutyens in 1911 for the International Exhibition of Art:-

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We called in at Canova’s studio:-

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And so back to the hotel:-

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Hoping that S. Ivo might be open in the afternoon:-

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4 thoughts on “More Rome

  1. Kate Woodhead says:

    I spent two great weeks at the British School, we ate dinner in the courtyard and they sold Prosecco at an incredibly cheap price which made for happy meals.

  2. edward chaney says:

    indeed home from home, specially given that Lutyens modeled his facade on the upper storey of Wren’s west front of St Paul’s…

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