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Parsons summer school students were here and were deeply impressed.
I was still living in Vicenza throughout 1979 but I was unaware of the filming until I saw it in Chicago in 1980. I cried throughout the entire film as soon as I saw the villa Capra. I was so saddened to realize that after 5 years I'd finally left my home in Vicenza. It's a bittersweet memory for me when I watch it.
Many of the Parsons students realized where the portico architecture related to their hometown banks!
...and our government buildings...Palladio's influence was endless.
Villa Rotunda, Vicenza - Palladio
La Malcontenta - Palladio
Villa Valmarana, VICENZA
Villa Capra (o Viilla la Rotonda), by Andrea Palladio. s. 1570. Near Vicenza, Italy.
Villa Almerico Capra Valmarana 'La Rotonda' - Palladio
#ksavienna - Vicenza - Palldio - Villa Emo by evan.chakroff, via Flickr
Villa La Rotonda, Vicenza, northern Italy, designed by Andrea Palladio.