Libreria Bozzi

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Libreria Bozzi is the oldest bookshop in Italy. The bookshop is situated in via Cairoli in Genoa.

Ensign of Libreria Bozzi (ph. Andrea Carozzi).

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The bookshop was founded by a Jewish French refugee from Briançon, Antone Beuf (Antonio Beuf), in 1810. The bookshop was visited in the 19th century by writer Stendhal, Alessandro Manzoni, Charles Dickens, Herman Melville and Henry James.

Libreria Bozzi (ph. Andrea Carozzi).

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