Circolo La Fenice

Villa Sorriso

St Germain-des-Prés on the Sea

Paparrazzi photographs, snapshots, posters, tickets, menus and postcards of the favorite place in Senigallians’ memories



   Guido Chiostergi, known as "The Magician," had returned from World War II with a big problem: he had fought on the wrong side

He arrives and finds nothing of what was his except for the house, a beautiful villa, the result of the trade of an ancient Armenian lineage.

So he starts digging a hole in the garden and in a short time transforms it into a swimming pool. Around it he planned to create a large, elegant, sumptuous dance hall.

The timing was undoubtedly right because, tired of the war, the entire city now did nothing but dance. They were dancing everywhere, even on the ledges.