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Winston Churchill

In July 1945, after World War II, ex-prime minister of England, Winston Churchill, chose to go on vacation the picturesque village of Moltrasio, and he moved together with his daughter Sarah, his doctor and some employees into Villa Le Rose.

Churchill inspirated by the beauty of the place, painted an admirable landscape of the Lake and tried to portray his state of mind, influenced by the tranquility and serenity of this place. Two of his Lake Como paintings were shown in the Royal Academy of Arts in London.

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