Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning's home is on Piazza San Felice in Florence, Italy. Casa Guidi was the Browning's home for fourteen years, from 1847 to 1861. Their only child, Robert Wiedeman Barrett Browning, was born here in 1849. While living here Robert wrote Men and Women and Elizabeth wrote Casa Guidi Windows and Aurora Leigh. After Elizabeth died here in 1861, Browning moved back to London with his twelve-year-old son, never to return.