Villa Crastan
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Villa Crastan-Arrighi, in Viareggio

The villa appertains to the oldest stretch of the boulevards on the seafront

Viareggio

The building, which was constructed during the second half of the Nineteenth century, has façades of classical composition, characterised by a symmetrical layout of the openings on the first and second floors.
Like the small Sofia Villa, Crastan Villa was also modernised by Galileo Chini in 1920 in keeping with the new Art Nouveau styles. As a matter of fact, the classical façades were enriched with ceramic decorations produced by Chini in Borgo San Lorenzo. Tiles of a stylised floral theme enrich the fascia below the eaves and majolica depicting small cupids are spaced between the first floor openings.
The building is a private property and cannot be visited inside.
Source: Lucca and its lands / www.luccapro.sns.it

Viareggio
From a small fishing village to one of the most popular seaside destinations in Tuscany, this is the city of CARNEVALE
The sea on one side, the white peaks of the Apuan Alps on the other, who hasn’t seen the classic snap-shot of Viareggio? Stroll along the city center’s charming streets, eat a gelato on the Passeggiata or in the shade of the pine forest, look out to sea on the Darsena or, further out, toward the even more uninhabited beach, the Lecciona, near Torre del Lago; eat fish in one of the typical ...
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