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Fri, 16 Sep 2016 16:36:15 GMT
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Fri, 16 Sep 2016 16:34:41 GMT
Genoa: Genoa view from the top of the Lighthouse
360В° panorama by Paolo Micai.
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The very symbol of Genoa: rebuilt in 1543, it stands on a 40-metre-high rock, bringing the total height to 117 meters above sea level. The 172 stairs can be climbed up to the first observation terrace for superb views of the harbour and historic centre. At the foot is a multimedia museum, where visitors can choose their own itinerary depending on the video material that interests them most. There are about 150 videos to choose from, illustrating the history, art, material culture and traditions of life in the city and province of Genoa through the words of ordinary people. The walk that leads to the Lighthouse is a pedestrian path of about 800 metres, starting out near the Ferry Terminal. www.visitgenoa.it [ + ]
Sun, 15 May 2016 17:33:05 GMT
Genoa: Interni Villa Bombrini - Camera Samsung Gear 360
360В° panorama by Paolo Micai.
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Sun, 08 May 2016 20:51:20 GMT
Genoa: Church of Jesus and the Saints and Ambrogio Andrea
360В° panorama by Paolo Micai.
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The original building, erected in the 6th century, was dedicated to Ambrose, the Bishop of Milan who took refuge in Genoa after fleeing the sacking of his city at the hands of the Lombard King Alboin. The current building dates to the 16th century and is the work of Jesuit priests.The opulent interior, an important example of Genoa's Baroque era, features a wealth of gold, stucco work and polychrome marble cladding the pillars, chapels, pulpit and floor. Worth noting are the frescoes by Giovanni and Giovanni Battista Carlone (1625 - 28), as well as two works by Rubens (The CircumcisionВ andВ The Miracle of Sant'IgnazioВ ) andВ The Assumption,В a masterpiece by Guido Reni, which are preserved in the chapels. (www.visitgenoa.it) [ + ]
Thu, 21 Apr 2016 12:55:29 GMT
Genoa: Chiesa di San Pietro in Banchi
360В° panorama by Paolo Micai.
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Located just off one of the most important docks in the city, this was once the site of Genoa’s old grain market, and was known as piazza "dei banchi" in the 12th century due to the money-changers' stalls located under the porticoes of the various buildings.(www.visitgenoa.it)The square was destroyed by a terrible fire in 1398 and, it was not until the 16th century that restoration work was completed on the buildings; this work also included the construction of a Loggia dei Mercanti (merchant's loggia) designed by Andrea Ceresola, known as il Vannone, to provide a covered location for bankers and money-changers working in the area.In 1855, it became the site of the first Commodities and Stock Exchange in Italy. To the right of the Loggia, the Church of San Pietro in Banchi is a unique example of a religious building located above commercial establishments, curiously combining the sacred and the profane. The church was built thanks to proceeds from the sale of the retail spaces below, allowing for a compromise to be reached between the will of the Lomellini family – who wanted the area to be used for trade – and the wishes of the people, who wanted to build a church to fulfil a vow. [ + ]
Fri, 25 Mar 2016 22:21:45 GMT
Genoa: Alta Valle Scrivia
360В° panorama by Paolo Micai.
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Spherical photo realized by the drone (Inspire 1) hovering from a height of about 50 meters with the app. Apple InspirePano. The 28 photos are then stitching by PTGui Pro software [ + ]
Thu, 24 Mar 2016 08:46:30 GMT
Genoa: Genova - Teatro Carlo Felice - Galleria
360В° panorama by Paolo Micai.
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TheВ Teatro Carlo FeliceВ is the principalВ Opera HouseВ ofВ Genoa,В Italy, used for performances ofВ Opera,ballet,orchestral music, and recitals. It is located on the Piazza De Ferrari.The hall is named for Duke Carlo Felice, and dates from December 24, 1824, when the Most Excellent Department of Theatres was established. On January 31, 1825, local architect Carlo BarabinoВ submitted his design for the opera house which was to be built on the site of the church of San Domenico. TheВ DominicanВ monks were moved elsewhere without delay or ceremony, and the first stone of the new building was laid on 19 March 1826.The inaugural performance ofВ Bellini's Bianca e FernandoВ took place on April 7, 1828, even though the structure and decoration were not quite finished. The AuditoriumВ В accommodated an audience of about 2,500 in five tiers (each with 33 boxes), a gallery above, and standing room in the orchestra pit. The acoustics were considered among the best of the time.For nearly forty years from 1853,В VerdiВ spent the winter in Genoa, but he had few strong professional ties with the Teatro Carlo Felice. In 1892, Genoa commemorated the 400th anniversary of Columbus'В discovery of America and to celebrate the occasion the Carlo Felice was renovated and redecorated at a cost of 420,000 lire (nearly ВЈ17,000). Verdi was approached to compose a suitable opera, but he declined the honour, making the excuse that he was too old.В Alberto Franchetti's opera Cristoforo ColomboВ premiered at the Carlo Felice on 6 October 1892.The hall was altered many times in the years 1859-1934, and remained remarkably unscathed by war until 9 February, 1941 when a shell fired by aВ BritishВ warship hit the roof, leaving a large hole open to the sky and destroying the ceiling of the auditorium which had been a unique example of 19th century rococoВ extravagance, its main feature being a wide circle of angels, cherubs and other winged creatures in brightly painted high relief.Further damage was sustained on 5 August 1943 when incendiary bombs started a backstage fire which destroyed all scenery and wooden fittings, but did not reach the main auditorium. Unfortunately additional damage was caused by looters who stripped the back of the theatre of every possible scrap of metal they could find. Finally, an air raid in September 1944 caused the destruction of the front of the theatre leaving virtually only the outside walls and the corridors behind the tiers of boxes standing. What had been the most richly beautiful of opera houses had become a skeleton of bare walls and roofless porticos.Reconstruction plans began immediately after the war's close. The first design by Paolo Antonio ChessaВ (1951) was rejected; the second b Carlo ScarpaВ was approved in 1977 but brought to a halt by his untimely death. Aldo RossiВ ultimately provided today's design, in which portions of the original facade have been recreated but the interior is entirely modern. The hall officially reopened in June 1991, with a main hall holding up to 2,000 seats and a smaller auditorium holding up to 200 seats.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teatro_Carlo_Felice [ + ]
Fri, 18 Mar 2016 17:44:44 GMT
Genoa: Genova - Teatro Carlo Felice - Sala
360В° panorama by Paolo Micai.
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TheВ Teatro Carlo FeliceВ is the principalВ Opera HouseВ ofВ Genoa,В Italy, used for performances ofВ Opera,ballet,orchestral music, and recitals. It is located on the Piazza De Ferrari.The hall is named for Duke Carlo Felice, and dates from December 24, 1824, when the Most Excellent Department of Theatres was established. On January 31, 1825, local architect Carlo BarabinoВ submitted his design for the opera house which was to be built on the site of the church of San Domenico. TheВ DominicanВ monks were moved elsewhere without delay or ceremony, and the first stone of the new building was laid on 19 March 1826.The inaugural performance ofВ Bellini's Bianca e FernandoВ took place on April 7, 1828, even though the structure and decoration were not quite finished. The AuditoriumВ В accommodated an audience of about 2,500 in five tiers (each with 33 boxes), a gallery above, and standing room in the orchestra pit. The acoustics were considered among the best of the time.For nearly forty years from 1853,В VerdiВ spent the winter in Genoa, but he had few strong professional ties with the Teatro Carlo Felice. In 1892, Genoa commemorated the 400th anniversary of Columbus'В discovery of America and to celebrate the occasion the Carlo Felice was renovated and redecorated at a cost of 420,000 lire (nearly ВЈ17,000). Verdi was approached to compose a suitable opera, but he declined the honour, making the excuse that he was too old.В Alberto Franchetti's opera Cristoforo ColomboВ premiered at the Carlo Felice on 6 October 1892.The hall was altered many times in the years 1859-1934, and remained remarkably unscathed by war until 9 February, 1941 when a shell fired by aВ BritishВ warship hit the roof, leaving a large hole open to the sky and destroying the ceiling of the auditorium which had been a unique example of 19th century rococoВ extravagance, its main feature being a wide circle of angels, cherubs and other winged creatures in brightly painted high relief.Further damage was sustained on 5 August 1943 when incendiary bombs started a backstage fire which destroyed all scenery and wooden fittings, but did not reach the main auditorium. Unfortunately additional damage was caused by looters who stripped the back of the theatre of every possible scrap of metal they could find. Finally, an air raid in September 1944 caused the destruction of the front of the theatre leaving virtually only the outside walls and the corridors behind the tiers of boxes standing. What had been the most richly beautiful of opera houses had become a skeleton of bare walls and roofless porticos.Reconstruction plans began immediately after the war's close. The first design by Paolo Antonio ChessaВ (1951) was rejected; the second b Carlo ScarpaВ was approved in 1977 but brought to a halt by his untimely death. Aldo RossiВ ultimately provided today's design, in which portions of the original facade have been recreated but the interior is entirely modern. The hall officially reopened in June 1991, with a main hall holding up to 2,000 seats and a smaller auditorium holding up to 200 seats.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teatro_Carlo_Felice [ + ]
Sun, 20 Mar 2016 13:25:29 GMT
Genoa: Genova - Villa Bombrini - Salone delle Feste
360В° panorama by Paolo Micai.
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Begun in 1752 for the Marquis di Gabiano, Giacomo Filippo Durazzo II, this villa is a superbly innovative example of 18th-century residential architecture. It features a layout characteristic of French aristocratic residences, with a central body and two side wings around a wide courtyard, a rather unusual structure for its Genoese setting, where the most common 16th-style architectural styles still prevailed at the time.The building's interior, characterised by an impressive cantilevered marble staircase, hosts two paintings by Francesco Solimena, dating to circa 1717.The first major event to change the appearance of the park came in 1856: the new Genova-Voltri railway line, which cut off the building's connection to the sea. In 1778, the residence was remodelled by the Genoese Andrea Tagliafichi.The building has changed hands several times throughout its history. In 1865, the villa became the property of the royal house of Savoy, and King Vittorio Emanuele II chose it as a summer residence for his son, Prince Oddone of Savoy. Following the prince's untimely death in 1866, the villa was once again placed on the market. In 1872, it was purchased by the knight Patrone, and at the end of the 19th century by the Bombrini family. In the 20th century, it became the property of various Genoese companies (principally Ansaldo and Italsider), which set up their offices within it. Since 2008, the building has been owned by "Per Cornigliano", an organisation established with the specific aim of reclaiming the de-industrialised areas of Genoa's Cornigliano neighbourhood.В  It is also the headquarters of the Genova Liguria Film Commission. The c. 6000-square-metre park was renovated and opened to the public in 2009; every summer, it hosts a variety of cultural events, exhibitions, music events, shows and conferences. (www.visitgenoa.it) [ + ]
Sat, 19 Mar 2016 15:05:58 GMT
Genoa: Genova - Villa Bombrini Front
360В° panorama by Paolo Micai.
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Genoa: Genova - Villa Bombrini Sunset
360В° panorama by Paolo Micai.
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Begun in 1752 for the Marquis di Gabiano, Giacomo Filippo Durazzo II, this villa is a superbly innovative example of 18th-century residential architecture. It features a layout characteristic of French aristocratic residences, with a central body and two side wings around a wide courtyard, a rather unusual structure for its Genoese setting, where the most common 16th-style architectural styles still prevailed at the time.The building's interior, characterised by an impressive cantilevered marble staircase, hosts two paintings by Francesco Solimena, dating to circa 1717.The first major event to change the appearance of the park came in 1856: the new Genova-Voltri railway line, which cut off the building's connection to the sea. In 1778, the residence was remodelled by the Genoese Andrea Tagliafichi.The building has changed hands several times throughout its history. In 1865, the villa became the property of the royal house of Savoy, and King Vittorio Emanuele II chose it as a summer residence for his son, Prince Oddone of Savoy. Following the prince's untimely death in 1866, the villa was once again placed on the market. In 1872, it was purchased by the knight Patrone, and at the end of the 19th century by the Bombrini family. In the 20th century, it became the property of various Genoese companies (principally Ansaldo and Italsider), which set up their offices within it. Since 2008, the building has been owned by "Per Cornigliano", an organisation established with the specific aim of reclaiming the de-industrialised areas of Genoa's Cornigliano neighbourhood.В  It is also the headquarters of the Genova Liguria Film Commission. The c. 6000-square-metre park was renovated and opened to the public in 2009; every summer, it hosts a variety of cultural events, exhibitions, music events, shows and conferences. (www.visitgenoa.it) [ + ]
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