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'Roma - Prati di Castello. New Law Courts by Calderini, and statue of Cavour', 1910. Artist: Unknown Featured Cento Print

'Roma - Prati di Castello. New Law Courts by Calderini, and statue of Cavour', 1910. Artist: Unknown

'Roma - Prati di Castello. New Law Courts by Calderini, and statue of Cavour', 1910. Prati is a historic neighbourhood (rione) of Rome in the centre of the city, bordering with the north of the Vatican State, within Rome's Municipio I. The Palace of Justice, Rome the seat of the Supreme Court of ... Designed by the Perugia architect Guglielmo Calderini and built between 1888 and 1910. From Cento Vedute Classiche di Roma. [Enrico Verdesi, Rome, 1910]

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'Roma - Church of the Trinita dei Monti', 1910. Artist: Unknown Featured Cento Print

'Roma - Church of the Trinita dei Monti', 1910. Artist: Unknown

'Roma - Church of the Trinita dei Monti', 1910. Steps of the Piazza di Spagna - Fountain of the Barcaccia. The church of the Santissima Trinita dei Monti, often called merely the Trinita dei Monti is a Roman Catholic late Renaissance titular church in Rome, central Italy. It is best known for its commanding position above the Spanish Steps which lead down to the Piazza di Spagna. From Cento Vedute Classiche di Roma. [Enrico Verdesi, Rome, 1910]

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'Roma - Neio Appian Way - Ruins of the Aquaduct of Claudius. The Alban Hills', 1910. Artist: Unknown Featured Cento Print

'Roma - Neio Appian Way - Ruins of the Aquaduct of Claudius. The Alban Hills', 1910. Artist: Unknown

'Roma - Neio Appian Way - Ruins of the Aquaduct of Claudius. The Alban Hills', 1910. The Appian Way was one of the earliest and strategically most important Roman roads of the ancient republic. Aqua Claudia was an ancient Roman aqueduct that, like the Anio Novus, was begun by Emperor Caligula (12-41 AD) in 38 AD and finished by Emperor Claudius (10 BC - 54 AD) in 52 AD. From Cento Vedute Classiche di Roma. [Enrico Verdesi, Rome, 1910]

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