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Lina Cavalieri florist in Santa Maria in Trastevere


Published on:  2018-02-16 10:20:00

  Famous people of Rome

It’s the Belle Epoque, gentlemen, a little girl wanders in the alleyways around Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere, she sells flowers to the people of her ward, Natalina is beautiful and despite being a daughter of the people, she has grace and elegance such as a princess. Lina Cavalieri began performing as an actress and singer in the Roman concert cafés: at the Baraccone delle Meraviglie in Piazza Pepe, at the Torre di Belisario, at the Grande Orfeo and from there at the Salone Margherita, which led her to debut in opera and cinema. But maybe not even his four husbands really knew who Lina Cavalieri was: Prince Aleksandr Bariatinsky, the millionaire Winthrop Chanler, tenor Lucien Muratore and the car driver Giuseppe Campari, princes, singers and even scientists like Guglielmo Marconi and the industrialist Davide Campari Many lost their heads for her. Her great love came with the impresario Arnaldo Pavoni, with whom he moved in a villa near Florence. During the World War an allied bombing destroyed the building. There is no escape for the couple. It is March 6, 1944.

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