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Fountain of the Four Seasons - CityLife - 2 sent on July 19, 2021 (18:22) by Roberto P. 5 comments, 190 views. [retina]

at 24mm, 1/60 f/16.0, ISO 125, hand held. Milano, Italy.

Piazza Giulio Cesare. Lunedì 12 Luglio 2021, 17:57. Arch. Renzo Gerla, 1927. La statua in primo piano, raffigurante l'autunno, è stata realizzata dallo scultore Eros Pellini nel 1953 in pietra di Vicenza. Lo stesso scultore ha ha realizzato anche le altre tre statue; essendo state, tutte e quattro, distrutte dai bombardamenti. Sullo sfondo, da sinistra verso destra: la Torre Hadid detta "lo Storto" (arch. Zaha Hadid); la Torre Libeskind detta "il Curvo" (arch. Daniel Libeskind); la Torre Isozaki soprannominata "il Dritto" (arch. Arata Isozaki). Ai piedi di quest'ultima sono visibili alcune residenze di lusso progettate da Zaha Hadid. Sulla sinistra invece si notano le gru del cantiere delle nuove residenze su progetto di Daniel Libeskind. Si vedano i link nel commento sottostante. #Grattacieli #Fontana #Statua



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sent on July 19, 2021 (18:19) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

On the Fountain of the Four Seasons:
http://www.fontanedimilano.it/piazza-giulio-cesare/
http://luceepensieri.altervista.org/fontana-quattro-stagioni/?doing_wp_cron=1626309957.5803389549255371093750
https://waamtours.com/tour/la-fontana-delle-quattro-stagioni
https://www.arketipomagazine.it/whitepaper_library/Scheda_Storica_Fontana_Giulio_Cesare.pdf

On CityLife:
https://www.city-life.it/en/project
https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/CityLife

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sent on July 19, 2021 (18:27) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Nice photo Roberto.

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sent on July 19, 2021 (18:44) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)


avatarsenior
sent on July 22, 2021 (13:47) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

beautiful realization with effect composition
I like the combination of ancient and modern
beautious

avatarsupporter
sent on July 22, 2021 (14:55) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks Enrico.
I have to say that the frquent juxtaposition of buildings and elements of different eras is one of the things that I appreciate most about Milan; that maybe it will not be the most beautiful city in Italy (I don't even try to compare it with Rome, Venice, Florence, Siena ...) but it is still one of the most interesting for a scholar of the history of architecture and urbanism as I consider myself.
In this post I summarize my attitude towards my city and how I photograph it; then I put three videos of the late Philppe Daverio that suggest an idea of what there is to see in Milan (which many of my fellow citizens ignore, evidently taken from anything else):
https://www.juzaphoto.com/galleria.php?l=it&t=3797930



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