Monday, April 9, 2007

Mole Antonelliana


Another perspective from where to admire Mole Antonelliana the major landmark of Torino. At the link you can find all details about it. In these day it's crowded by tourists that other than to visit Museum of Cinema, go at the top by panoramic lift (in English) for having a wonderful skyline of the city.

Un'altra prospettiva dalla quale ammirare la Mole Antonelliana, il simbolo di Torino. Al collegamento citato è possibile trovare tutti i dettagli che la concernono. In questi giorni è affollata di turisti che oltre a visitare il Museo del Cinema, vanno in cima con l'ascensore panoramico per godere del meraviglioso panorama della città.
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10 comments:

RamblingRound said...

Majestic!

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Wow! Amazing clarity in the photo. Did you use a tripod? I don't always get this quality in my night photo. It gets fuzzy because of the heat in digital camera.

richard said...

Fabrizio - INteresting perspective - what a difference it makes that it is a night shot. Looked at this, and had to go to your other post to figure out what it all really looked like. Never heard of this before, and what a surprising structure. The Fibonacci sequence is interesting - its often applied in architecture, but rarely made visible like this

Kala said...

beautiful angle on this photo! I admire it very much =)

kris said...

one word - marvellous!

Nikon said...

Very beautiful shot, Fabrizio - great perspective & lighting.

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Thank you to everyone about so nice comments.

Meg in Nelson said...

Love your photos, but your blog is perfect for trying to remember what little Italian I learned years ago. Thank you!

phlegmfatale said...

What a marvelous perspective of Mole Antonelliana! You have a very artful eye.

trierdailyphoto said...

This reminds me of Eiffel Tower for a moment.. -great photo!