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Via veneto and The Sweet life

This street connects Piazza Barberini to Pinciana Gate, the road was originally named after the Italian region, but after the First World War the name was changed to commemorate the Battle of Vittorio Veneto.

It was designed at the end of '800 and became a reference point for the social life of the years going from 1950 to 1960.During the course of the street we find the ossuary and the Capuchin church of St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception, you can shop among the boutiques. It became even more famous by Federico Fellini's film "The sweet life", Via Veneto is the museum of this great movie, walking in this way we encounter all the famous clubs that year disclosed in the film. Besides the famous "coffee" that includes many other local hotels and well known that in 50 years symbolized the celebrities, scandals seem to get noticed in a magazine or to become famous or receipt of Hollywood producers on the part of many famous hotels. Walking along the Via Veneto to breathe the air of the 50 ...


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