The Idea of Villa Castagna
A garden is both a real place, and a cloud of possibilities. What you will find here will be both something real, and something that may or may not become real. For this reason you will find no map: Instead you will meet fragments, part real, part possible.
- Garden is looking gorgeous with lots of autumn colour. We are is open for business and local cafes and pubs abd grocers are all geared up for takeaways. Montacute is very private with a third of an acre of gardens just for Montacute and a private garage. For any queries contact David 0430 455 900 #montacutepavilionandgardens, #montacutepavilion, #daylesford, #wombathill, #daylesfordmacedonranges, #spacountryvictoria, #visithepburnshire, #spacountry, #visitvictoria, #romanticgetaway, #luxurygetaways, #luxuryaccommodation, #countryescape, #wandervictoria, #countrychic, #visitvictoria, #daylesfordweddings, #daylesford.getaways, #GuestsLoveUs, #stayzau, #mydaylesfordgetaway,#romantic
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Views of the Colosseum from the North 2: Luigi Rossini’s View from the Palatine towards the Esquiline
[For Part 1, of which this is a continuation, see https://villacastagnadaylesford.com.au/2018/11/12/views-of-the-colosseum-from-the-north-1-luigi-rossinis-panorama/%5D A second print by Luigi Rossini is a view from the Palatine towards the Esquiline across the Colosseum, entitled Il Monte Esquilino (1827) (Figs 1, 2). Rossini shows the … Continue reading
This series of posts discusses the topography of eighteenth and nineteenth-century views of the Colosseum seem from the north. By looking at the sightlines of these views, plotted on Nolli’s 1748 map of Rome, the first comprehensive accurately surveyed map … Continue reading