Sale of property in Alassio, Liguria just 200 meters from the sea.
Alassio, due to the mild climate, had been chosen as the home of the noble English colonies of the late 19th century who requested, with the favorable opinion of the local population, to be able to erect this beautiful neo-Gothic style church based on a project by Reverend Webber of the London Cathedral of St. Paul and Mr. Gibb, who also oversaw the construction, dedicating it to St. John the Evangelist.
The first English wedding was celebrated in 1882 on the Tuesday following Easter. Then, following the First World War, as the English community grew, it was replaced in 1926 by the more sober new church in Via Adua now owned by the municipality and home to exhibitions and events.
This is the story of this former Anglican church, 200 meters from the sea, surrounded by a large private garden and parking spaces.
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