Photographic print. Staircase and gold flowers at a wall of Niche plaques in the stone arcade at Alassio Cemetery, Italy.
Alassio Cimitero is in close proximity to Villa della Pergola at Via Privata Montagu 9/1 on the coast of Liguria. I read in a Telegraph Travel article published on July 20 2010: 'Once this hillside estate,
with its twin villas and acres of landscaped terraces, was one of the
pearls of the British Italian Riviera - a carefree world of winter
expatriate colonies between Bordighera and Rapallo that reached its
high-water mark between the two world wars, and disappeared almost
overnight in 1939. Built
by the Scottish war hero General Sir Montagu McMurdo in the 1870s, the
villa and its annexe, Villino della Pergola, have been sensitively
restored and turned into a charming 12-room luxury guesthouse that
breathes the Eden-on-the-Riviera spirit of British Alassio's heyday,
with the addition of a little modern style, verve and comfort.'
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