Quartiere Coppedé is an unexpected and not conventional area in Rome, nestled within the Trieste district in the northern city. Unreal mix of ancient greek, roman barroque, manieristic, medieval and overall, art nouveau. It was brought to life by architect Coppedè in 1919.
Nose pointed upward to capture the beauty of this place really disturbing.
Details to discover each focus of their own eyes, a set fantastic plugged in the heart of the Eternal City
Coppedè worked on the area from late 1910 until his death, in 1927.