Loquis: Liceo Scientifico Augusto Righi

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Liceo Scientifico Augusto Righi


Published on:  2019-05-14 09:46:00

  Open House Roma

With the Regulatory Plan of 1883, the homonymous district was created on the area occupied by the Villa Boncompagni-Ludovisi, destined after the Unit to house the representative buildings of the new Italian capital. Via Boncompagni and the surrounding streets host small villas for the nascent entrepreneurial bourgeoisie, created by the greatest architects of the time, who interpreted the taste of the new noble class. One of the many art nouveau villas was the original nucleus of the Liceo Righi. The Civic 22 hosted the National Women's Boarding School and, following the Second World War, the second Scientific High School in Rome which took the name of the famous physicist and politician Augusto Righi. Now, thanks to the first on-line crowdfunding campaign of a high school, number 22 in the afternoon becomes a cultural center open to the territory managed by pupils, alumni, parents and professors. In the space there will be the installation "Pieni e vuoti" curated by Save the Children.

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