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***CLICK IMAGE*** ...Charity Climate Colonies "Federico Donato" by ambra menichini #urbanphotography #photography
...Charity Climate Colonies "Federico Donato"
2 years ago|169 views |Urban

Free interpretation of Amber and Glauco

by Fulvia Menghi

Narni - Terni - Italy

Charity Climate Colonies "Federico Donato", a description found in the network defines it as "Entity public assistance and charity - founded in 1907 to a charitable foundation with Viceregal decree 23 March 1919."
The structure has been done for years to shelter, support and educate children, many of whom came from poor families, who were housed in this college run by nuns, during the summer, the institute, partially emptied by the collegial had the good fortune to be able to return to the family for some time, was filled with Roman settlers, the children of civil servants, who came to spend in this place surrounded by the green Umbrian countryside, a few weeks of vacation. Until the mid-'70s, when the school was closed and abandoned to their fate ... The facility, owned by the City of Rome, still pays, more than thirty years later, in a state of disrepair, prey to looting and vandalism, disrepair, with a high risk of collapse, both internal and external .

Crumbling walls, shattered glass and frames unsafe, so he has the eyes of citizens Narni what once was the Institute Federico Di Donato, Narni, better known as "The Graces". The complex has hosted several inhabitants of the town in the years immediately following World War and until the 70s when it was decreed the closure. Seeing approaching the real possibility of a reduction of the structure, some alumni of the college have decided to report the situation to TO ® to bring attention to an open wound of the directors in their memory.
The institute is so much at heart not only to Narni, but also to some ex-pupils from outside the district, which has even formed a Facebook group where you share experiences, memories, photos and documents

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