Monday, December 19, 2011


"On the night of May 10, 1941, with one of the last bombs of the last serious raid, our House of Commons was destroyed by the violence of the enemy, and we have now to consider whether we should build it up again,and how, and when. We shape our buildings, and afterwards our buildings shape us. Having dwelt and served for more than forty years in the late Chamber, and having derived very great pleasure and advantage therefrom, I, naturally, should like to see it restored in all essentials to its old form, convenience and dignity."

-Winston Churchill, 28 October 1943 to the House of Commons (meeting in the House of Lords).

1 comment:

Roberto Max said...

ottimo! lungo il canal grande ... l'ho fotografato pure io ad ottobre. salutoni e auguroni max