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This artwork is derived from a photograph taken during a tour of Western Europe.
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Taken March 7/09 on a gorgeous day in Rome, Italy.
As you approach the Piazza Venezia, opposite the Monument to King Vittorio Emanuele II, note the small building at the corner, Palazzo Bonaparte. This tourist site was built in the 17th Century and has taken the name of Letizia Bonaparte, the mother of emperor Napoleon I. She lived in the palace (see the green protected balcony), also after the fall of her son’s empire and resided there until her death in 1836 .