The setting of the story, this place's character lies within its citizens.
The Fenice Opera House
This building is a historic landmark and the subject of most of the novel after it burns to the ground.
This is a place where people commune during the fire that the narrator describes at the beginning of the book. While only seen and mentioned briefly, it is important because it is the first place that the Mafia is mentioned as a cause of the fire.
This place is home to the expatriate Curtis family. Its piano nobile is sold during the novel.
The narrator crosses this to get to Garden of Eden and Count Volpi's home.
The Hidden Nest
This is the home owned by Olga Rudge where she lived with Ezra Pound. After her death, it is rented out.
This is an...
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