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TUTTE LE STRADE PARTONO DA ROMA
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TUTTE LE STRADE PARTONO DA ROMA

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Product ID: 9788858142714
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AUTHOR: Francesco Rutelli
PHOTOGRAPHER: Andrea Jemolo
PUBLISHER: Editori Laterza
YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2020
GENRE: 
Italian History, Rome, Travel, Scoiety, Non Fiction
RECOMMENDED AGE: Adults
NUMBER OF PAGES: 236
FORMAT: Paperback 14cm x 21cm
LANGUAGE: Italian

ITALIAN DESCRIPTION:
Su cosa camminiamo quando percorriamo le strade di Roma? «Sul tetto di case antiche» avrebbe risposto Montaigne, perché è l’unico luogo dove i resti sono «profondi fino agli antipodi». Costruzioni, distruzioni, ricostruzioni, sovrapposizioni, riutilizzi. Strutture edificate e dissolte, mai scomparse seppure incendiate, ridotte a calce, annichilite o trafugate, perché trasformate, riemerse casualmente o reinventate. Se vogliamo conoscere Roma, la città dalle infinite stratificazioni, dobbiamo avvicinare la complessità. A chi vuole polarizzare e dividere, Roma ricorda che sono pluralità e diversità a fare la bellezza, la fierezza, la forza dell’esperienza umana. Ad accompagnarci in questo viaggio è una guida d'eccezione con un libro, sorprendente e originale, che è al contempo una dichiarazione d'amore per la città

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION:
What do we walk on when we walk the streets of Rome? "On the roofs of ancient houses" Montaigne would have replied, because it is the only place where the remains are "deep down to the antipodes." Construction, destruction, reconstruction, superimposition, reuse. Structures built and dissolved, never disappeared even if burned, reduced to lime, annihilated or stolen, because they were transformed, re-emerged by chance or reinvented. If we want to know Rome, the city of infinite stratifications, we must approach complexity. To those who want to polarize and divide, Rome reminds us that it is plurality and diversity that make the beauty, pride and strength of the human experience. Accompanying us on this journey is an exceptional guide with a surprising and original book, which is at the same time a declaration of love for the city.
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