Doll Hospital – a hospital where antique dolls are given new life. In a cobblestone alley near the Piazza del Popolo, a weather-striped window showcases the porcelain heads, limbs, and bodies of dolls long lost and in complete disrepair. What appears to be Rome’s own little shop of horrors is actually the Restauri Artistici Squatriti, known to Romans as a dolls’ hospital. Here, Federico Squatriti and his mother Gelsomina nurse ailing dolls and other porcelain objects back to health.


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