Proof by
Proof for
Travel Date
Apr, 24 2009
One thing not miss here
The Royal Observatory
Stayed at
A private house in London
Ate at
The Silver Cross, London

Proof n°5.

The Italian novelist Diletta Nicastro, author of the saga “Il mondo di Mauro & Lisi”, focused on the World Heritage, visits the Maritime Greenwich, in the World Heritage since 1997, on the banks of the River Thames, the site of the prime meridian.

Historic. Palladian. Royal. #mozzafiato

National Maritime Museum

National Maritime Museum

The Royal Hospital for Seamen

The Royal Hospital for Seamen

The Old Royal Observatory

The Old Royal Observatory

Diletta Nicastro in front of The Old Royal Observatory gate.

Diletta Nicastro in front of The Old Royal Observatory gate.

The Old Royal Observatory

The Old Royal Observatory

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Proof n°5. The Italian novelist Diletta Nicastro, author of the saga 'Il mondo di Mauro & Lisi', focused on the World Heritage, visits the Maritime Greenwich, in the World Heritage since 1997, on the banks of the River Thames, the site of the prime meridian. Historic. Palladian. Royal. #mozzafiato