Monica Vitti it entered the hearts of Italians and remained there even after his death on February 2 of this year.
But his skill and unstoppable panache have conquered even those who have become his fans around the world.
Indeed, to celebrate his career and his person will be a city outside Italy, with which Rome has relaunched an exclusive twinning. We are talking about Paris, the city of lovers and the love that has just established that will dedicate a garden in the heart of the French capital to Monica Vitti.
Here are all the details of the initiative and where the garden dedicated to the Italian actress is located.
Paris dedicates a garden to Monica Vitti: this is where it is
The Paris Center council has given the green light to award a garden to the historic actress Monica Vitti who left us a few months ago due to Lewy body dementia that has plagued her since 2002.
The garden dedicated to her is located in Passage of the Hotel de Sens, at 8 rue des Nonnains d’Hyères. This beautiful garden is located in the center of Paris, opposite the Île Saint-Louis and a short walk from the Notre Dame de Paris cathedral.
The decision taken by the city hall that administers the center of Paris is part of the initiatives included in the plan twinning between the cities of Rome and Paris. In fact, the two Italian and French capitals have been united since 1956 by the motto “Only Rome is worthy of Paris. Only Paris is worthy of Rome ”.
In addition to the dedication of the garden to Monica Vitti by Paris, Rome will reciprocate the gesture dedicating a street inside Villa Doria Pamphilj to the famous one French actress Simone Signoretwinner of the Academy Award for Best Actress in 1960 and passed away on September 30, 1985 at the age of 64.
Monica Vitti and her city: the link with Rome
The announcement of the Roman actress’s death shook the hearts of her fellow citizens. Born and raised in the streets of the capital, Monica Vitti represented a precious pearl for Rome and still today her fans remember her with great affection.
Since her death, the Calenda Civic List has made a proposal to name the gardens of Castel Sant’Angelo after her, but it has not yet been realized.