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" Perhaps one's most vivid impressions of Siena as a whole are these fountain-side visions of the uplifted city ; to close the eyes is still to see the narrow ways climbing the slopes and piercing brown arches ; the close-set houses sweeping like billows... "
Guide to Siena: History and Art - Page 357
by William Heywood, Lucy M. Olcott - 1903 - 384 pages
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Scribner's Magazine, Volume 20

Edward Livermore Burlingame - 1896
...vivid impressions of Siena as a whole are these fountainside visions of the uplifted city. To close the eyes is still to see the narrow ways climbing...into a spray of towers, till all are crested by the marble foam of the Duomo. ĽAt Ba -1 The Sword Dance. And the fountains themselves, lying flat and...
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Ravenna. Siena. The Florentine artist. In Florence with Romola. Parma

Edwin Howland Blashfield, Evangeline Wilbour Blashfield - Art - 1900
...vivid impressions of Siena as a whole are these fountain-side visions of the uplifted city ; to close the eyes is still to see the narrow ways climbing...are crested by the foam-like sculpture of the Duomo. And the fountains themselves, lying flat aijd mirror-like with still depths and glistening surface,...
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Ravenna. Siena. The Florentine artist. In Florence with Romola. Parma

Edwin Howland Blashfield, Evangeline Wilbour Blashfield - Art - 1902
...vivid impressions of Siena as a whole are these fountain-side visions of the uplifted city ; to close the eyes is still to see the narrow ways climbing...are crested by the foam-like sculpture of the Duomo. And the fountains themselves, lying flat and mirror-like with still depths and glistening surface,...
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Guide to Siena: History and Art

William Heywood - Siena - 1904
...of the book will be found in the Bullettino Senese di Storia Pallia, Vol. IX, (1902) pages 397-400. the eyes is still to see the narrow ways climbing...that Alfieri has spoken of "Siena... ove torreggia e sicde "; but, though she " towers ", she " sits ", and sits firm, with no such aguish tremblings and...
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