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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
The interior frescoed rotunda of Palladio's Villa Capra, Vicenza, Veneto IT
Villa Capra (o Viilla la Rotonda), by Andrea Palladio. s. 1570. Near Vicenza, Italy.
Villa Almerico Capra Valmarana 'La Rotonda' - Palladio
Villa Rotunda - Palladio
Villa Almerico Capra, aka Villa La Rotonda, Vicenza, Italy. Designed by Andrea Palladio
Villa La Rotonda, Vicenza
Andrea Palladio - Villa Rotunda (Capra), Vincenza, 1567
La Malcontenta - Palladio
The Villa Capra, Palladio - , Vicenza Copyright: Johannes Becker