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"The Universal Peace", 1976, oil on canvas 100x70cm.

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March 28, 2009

View of Turin


Houses of the Piazza Vittorio Veneto, designed in 1825 by architect Giuseppe Frizzi, and the Mole Antonelliana (1889, 167m high) by architect Alessandro Antonelli.

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Comments: 29


Dina
THIS towering beauty is much better than the towers in your previous post.
Gabry in blog Belella
E in tutta la sua maestosità si erge su questa bella piazza la Mole Antonelliana.
Bella foto Pietro!

Un saluto e buona giornata!
pierangela
ciao Pietro, bellissima foto, usi una reflex?
ti auguo buon fine settimana anche se piove
MedaM
I like the composition of this photo. That tower looks really beautiful and interesting and the color of sky is just fantastic.
SandyCarlson
This is a wonderful shot of this (relatively) modern building. I like the detail of the tower.
Michele
Oh my, this is outstanding... what a majestic looking structure indeed!!
A beautiful photograph!
ViennaDaily
You seem to have beautiful skies nowadays....wow!
Marie Reed
and... thanks to you I know all about the Mole! I've been checking my Euros lately so that I can find the image on the back!
Marie Reed
PS. I'm also very jealous of your blue blue skies!
Joy
Wow! That is a great house. It seems that Turin is filled with sky-scraping structures.

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Catherine
I imagine the rest of the square with the same lines of architesture. Maybe some arches, no ?
The museum inside the Mole Antonelliana is certainly very interesting.
Have a good Sunday, Piétro. Maybe the sky won't stay as blue as the one in your picture.
The Blonde Duck
Gorgeous. It's so regal.
Gattina
Looks like home sweet home (smile*)
I have a very simple little digital camera a Sony Cybershot T300. I use the automatic settings and am very happy with this thing, because it is so small and easy to carry around and the pictures usually are very good for such a little camera.
pierangela
ciao Pietro, molto bello il nuovo look,
mi hai chiesto che macchina fotografica uso :anlogica ho una nikon f 50
e digitale ho una compatta, ma voglio prendermi una reflex, tu sai consiglirmene una ? ti ringrazio .Buona domenica sotto la pioggia.
Nihal
Before coming to your journal Pietro, a few of my italian friends from other parts of the country had told me that Turin was an ugly, industrial city with unfriendly people. But, from everything I’ve seen here I would beg to disagree.
I started enjoying Torino’s “hidden” treasures with your observations and lovely photos. I think Torinesi people should be so joyous:) One day I want to feel the charm of its glorious past as first capital of Italy strolling piazzas like Vittorio Veneto. Torino e' sempre + bella:)

Buonissima Domenica & gli Auguri per Quaresima~
ayamlin
Hi pietro!
it's the beautiful houses!
but also it's the very beautiful sky!
Have a wonderful week:)
fishing guy
Pietro: Very interesting building, it was built when my state was still in its infancy. What a wonderful structure and still standing proud.
sonia a. mascaro
Wow! What a wonderful photo of Piazza Vittorio Veneto and the Mole Antonielliana! Just amazing this tower and the building architecture. Really, I would love so much visiting your city! Looks so beautiful!

Thanks for your comment. I took the wheat field photo on the road to Avaré (the city near my house about 50 km).
If you have the time, please, take a look to another photos of this same place on that link:http://leavesgrass.blogspot.com/2007/09/wheat-fields.html

Have a nice Sunday!
Carletta
Hi Pietro,
1825 - How impressive to have withstood the test to time. I love the tower - very majestic!
Lily Hydrangea
my what a beautiful building. I'd love to see this in person!
magicpolaroid
hello Pietro! great photo! what do u think about the new Piano project of skyscaper in the city center?
Merisi
Your photos always carry more than the image!

Regarding the camera I use,
yes, I do take pictures with a digital SRL-camera, a Nikon D80 (which I would not recommend due to the fact that it is very suceptible to dust collecting on the mirror - a result of the lenses themselves leaving tiny abrasions which then accumulate, a very annoying thing and costly too. I am very disappointed that Nikon got away with such shoddy work! The newer models have automatic dust cleaners, or whatever this is called, so I feel really cheated, my camera is only one year old).

Many of my best pictures, though, I have taken with my little Lumix camera, which has a fantastic Leica lens!

Before February 2008, all I used was my Sony Cybershot, the cheapest version of them all. I loved it and its Zeiss lens! Unfortunately, I then got greedy and bought that Nikon. Wished I had gotten the Sony DSRL!

Prior to my venture into digital photography (which came when I moved to Vienna and left the darkroom behind in DC), I photographed in black and white, doing my own developing and silver-gelatin printing: I miss that!

Although I have lived almost ten years in Rome, I never made it to Torino. What a shame!
Louise
I love that spire. It seems so ornate. Clearly we have nothing even close to that here.
The Blonde Duck
I forgot to ask! I want your secret to eating pasta every day and not getting fat!
Hi! I'm Grace
Awesome photos, Pietro. It made me want to be there. :) It is so nice to be back here in your blog.
3 Bay B Chicks
Oh, your site makes me long to be back in Italy. I haven't traveled abroad in several years, but seeing your photos brings all of the sites, sounds, and tastes rushing back to me.

Thank you for this small gift.

-Francesca
Gabry in blog Belella
Grazie Pietro per il tuo pensiero sulla mia poesia.

Un saluto e buon proseguimento di settimana!
The Blonde Duck
I need a new metabolism, then (about the pasta every day!)
Gattina
This coal mine is more than a gloomy place ! it's horrible ! In 1956, 274 people died in there because of a fire, amongst them 136 Italians. Sometimes all male members of one family !! Belgium once exchanged coal against Italian workers. I visited this place and will write post about it when I have time. Fortunately this day the sun was shining and the sky blue, otherwise it would have been even more depressing !