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Villa Viviani (1892-1893) and Villa di Quarto (1903-1904).
For more info, google them or read this article from the Mark Twain
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From: "JULES AUSTIN HOJNOWSKI" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: 3/16/2020 11:55:48 AM
Subject: Twain and Italian style house
>Did twain ever stay in an italian style house?
>And are there pics?
>Just wondering because i am signing papers on wed to buy an italian style house 5 miles from my house that was built in 1851.
>I have done so many things that twain has done this would be the coolest thing ever if it is like one he stayed in :)
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