Sunday, February 18, 2007

Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento


The National Museum of Risorgimento illustrates the process of political unification of Italy. The building is the back of Palazzo Carignano (see HERE) where the museum has been transferred in 1938. Further details HERE.

Il Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento è dedicato al processo di unificazione politica della penisola Italiana. Il palazzo è la parte posteriore di Palazzo Carignano (v.
QUI) dove il museo è stato trasferito nel 1938. Maggiori dettagli QUI.
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5 comments:

Pat said...

I really like your photo! I've always wanted to visit Italy but guess I'll just do it through your blog!

Oya said...

Fabrizio, is there a reason you take most of your photos at night? Maybe back home from office? No matter what, the results are perfect.:)

Oya said...

I knew Torino because of the soocer team. I did not know that it is such a beatiful place...

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Pat, if you decide to come to visit Torino, please don't hesitate to contact me !! I'll be happy to drive your around the city.

oya (or Olivia?) Your question it's correct. I started to take photos in Torino last year during Winter Olympic Games and I noticed that to take them in night light they are more suggestive even if more difficult. --- Torino was the first capital of Italy and seat of monarchy so, you see, it has "beauty" of Capitals. To you same suggestion to Pat, if you decide to come to visit Torino, I'll be happy to show you the city.

kris said...

the lights fall on the right places and what i like most is the silhouettes :)