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A historic street in the center of Rome, known for its luxurious shops and prestigious shop windows, Via Frattina is named after Bartolomeo Farattini, Bishop of Amelia, who lived here at the end of the XVI century. In the past it was inhabited by prominent personalities, as the Irish writer James Joyce, recalled by a commemorative plaque placed in his honor by the Municipality of Rome in 1982, on the occasion of the centenary of his death.

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