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Baroness Mariuccia Zerilli Marimò. An Italian Landmark in New York


On November 4, 2009 the Italian Baroness Mariuccia Zerilli Marimò will be awarded The New York Landmarks Conservancy 2009 “Living Landmarks” Award during a gala hosted at Cipriani on 42nd Street, Manhattan. “Here in America we say that the best comes from abroad. (…) The Baroness is very modest. She does not think that she should receive this award for her personal merits, but only as recognition for being a representative of the Italian community in New York that has done so much for the growth and the beauty of this city.  We at the New York Landmarks Conservancy, instead, value her contribution immensely. She has done great things for the enrichment of New York, from both the cultural and the architectural point of view.”, President Peg Breen told while commenting on the award.  Read the article by Marina Melchionda on 


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