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The music kiosk, located on the Vittorio Veneto seafront near the central outlet between the historic village and the coastal area, inaugurated on November 3, 1929, recalls the Liberty style of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries for its architecture. Wanted by emigrants from Rapallo to Latin America (especially in the area of Chile and Argentina) as a gift to the city of origin to host band concerts, the project was created by Luigi Devoto, who created a pavilion of 10 m in diameter and 9 m tall and with 12 columns supporting the dome. The major Italian and foreign composers in history are depicted inside the dome, painted by the local painter Giovanni Grifo. © iStock / Anna Litvinova
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