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The building, a picturesque corner of England surrounded by a garden "exotic" downstream of the old Roman road, was built in 1888 by the Anglican pastor and naturalist Clarence Bicknell on drawings of English architect Clarence Tait and Juvenal Gastaldi (sole Francesco Giovanelli), in order to create a place where the members of the colony would play reading or attending concerts. Rectangular apse with front porch, with mullioned window with three openings simple framed by round arches, reflects the canons of nineteenth-century eclecticism, with references to the religious architecture of Vict
Located in the lower part of Bordighera is near the old Roman road, the church there? received in appearance around the end of the 19th century, when it was built for the community? English present at the time in Bordighera. Since 1863 the first British had used for religious functions the Hotel d'Angleterre, then from 1865 to 1873 the Hotel, then the chapel Lozeron private in the Park of Villa Rosa, granted in use by the owner, mrs Fanshawe. The rise of the guests, most in stable and plant the presence already? in 1864 by a pastor appointed by the Anglican bishop of Gibraltar, suscit? the nee
From June 2011 a careful restoration lasting two years and the commitment from Family Foundation-Villa Regina Margherita Terruzzi, allowed to transform into cultural centre of excellence the prestigious that Margherita of Savoy, first Queen of Italy, built in Bordighera between 1914 and 1916 by the milanese architect Luigi Broggi. The villa, located in an area at the met? costs above the Roman road, now houses a collection of selected core Terruzzi, one of pi? extended and well-known in Europe, created by Guido milanese magnate Angel. The exhibition runs along large halls: the delicate stucco
The paintings, donated to the International Institute of Ligurian Studies of Bordighera in 1997 by Lang-Scevak, heir of the painter, exposes in the lounge on the ground floor of the Hotel Scandinavia 19th, 1988 "Nino Ladd" Centre and headquarters of the Institute. Pompeo Mariani (1857-1927 Monza Bordighera), grandson of Mos? White, was a painter belonging to that strand of defined "Impressionism lombardo", specialized in landscape painting and the representation of society? socialite of the time who knew how to interpret with making elegant and pleasant. The works illustrate the artist's vast
Since 1998 the Villa of painter Pompeo Mariani (1857-1927 Monza Bordighera) with its Park and the Observatory, called atelier? an atelier and a House-Museum open to the public, showcasing artworks, and collections of objects and artist? the Foundation's headquarters. Built in 1885 by architect Charles Garnier, consegu? current forms starting in 1909, after the acquisition by Pompeo Mariani and extensions needed to give it a large atelier, entrusted to the architect Rudolf Winter. Today, after a major restoration and refurbishment, the visitor has the opportunity? to appreciate the refined fini