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Street lamp in the Cathedral Square...

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Street lamp in the Cathedral Square sent on April 30, 2016 (23:31) by Roberto P. 7 comments, 2440 views. [retina]

, 1/2500 f/2.8, ISO 100, hand held. Milano, Italy.

Sabato 30 aprile 2016, 17:41. Il lampione risale alla sistemazione del sagrato ad opera di Piero Portaluppi nella seconda metà degli anni '20 e, al pari degli altri della piazza, è stato realizzato in ferro battuto dell'artista-fabbro Alessandro Mazzucotelli. A destra sul bordo è il corpo destro dell'Arengario (1936-1956 - arch. Piero Portaluppi, Giovanni Muzio, Piergiulio Magistretti e Enrico Agostino Griffini). Sullo sfondo si intravvede la Torre Velasca (1956-1957 - Studio BBPR - Lodovico Barbiano di Belgiojoso, Enrico Peressutti e Ernesto Nathan Rogers). #BiancoeNero #blackandwhite #b&w #Grattacieli #Lampioni #Bokeh #Jura



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