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Garbatella is a working class neighborhood in the outskirts of Rome. It’s known for a century-old housing project that serves as a reminder of how good urban design can make for happy urban spaces. It’s also home to some of the most interesting street art in the Italian capital.
Built in 1920 to house workers from nearby factories, Garbatella was itself a revolutionary idea: A garden-city with public low-cost housing and space to relax and commune with neighbors.
Today, Garbatella remains a wonderful example of the Barochetto Romano. While high-rise buildings would become the dominant form of read more ⇒