The gravestone of poet John Keats, (1795-1821), stands in Rome's 'Non Catholic Cemetery' in Rome, Italy. John Keats, one of England's most famous poets died early in 1820 of tuberculosis aged 25, after travelling to Italy in search of a better climate to help cure him of the disease. Rome's Non-Catholic Cemetery contains one of the highest densities of famous and important graves anywhere in the world. It is the final resting-place of the poets Percy Shelley and John Keats, as well as many…
The Mark Twain House Museum is where the humorist and his family lived from 1874 to 1891, a time Twain would later call the happiest and most productive years of his life. The Victorian Gothic abode was built to the exact specifications of Twain and his wife, Livy; upon its completion, the author remarked that “It is a home—and the word never had so much meaning before.” Throughout the year the museum presents an array of talks and exhibits,
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George Bernard Shaw, 20th Century playright, poet and Wit lived here for over 40 years. The house remains mostly as he left it, you can see the amazing Arts & Crafts interior and explore his unique ‘revolving’ writing hut.