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Inside Brunelleschi's Dome...

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Inside Brunelleschi's Dome sent on October 11, 2021 (0:18) by Lorisb. 33 comments, 360 views. [retina]

at 15mm, 1/5 f/4.0, ISO 1000, hand held. Firenze, Italy.

Per realizzare questa immensa struttura, la più grande volta in muratura del mondo, si presume siano stati impiegati oltre quattro milioni di mattoni. Venne presa a modello per altre cupole nel mondo, prima fra tutte quella di San Pietro in Vaticano su progetto di Michelangelo. Quello del Duomo di Firenze è un prodigio mai realizzato prima, sulle cui metodologie di costruzione ancora oggi ci si interroga. E non è un caso che, a 601 anni esatti di distanza, la Cupola del Brunelleschi rimane la più grande cupola in mattoni che sia mai stata realizzata.----------------- Questo secondo lavoro (il primo lo trovate nel post accanto nella galleria) fa parte del racconto del tour guidato che parte dall'interno del Duomo, con la successiva salita alle terrazze panoramiche del Duomo, per concludere il tour alla sommità della cupola, con il passaggio nel corridoio della volta affrescata, tutto il tour sarà sviluppato in varie puntate. Grazie a tutti gli interessati.



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sent on October 11, 2021 (0:14) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)


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sent on October 11, 2021 (0:14) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

inside the architecture

avatarsupporter
sent on October 11, 2021 (0:17) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

and I always wonder how they designed and built something that lasts over time without technology.
Compliments dear Loris for the reportage, not simple considering the environment and the light.
A warm greeting
Franco

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sent on October 11, 2021 (0:27) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Excellent captions accompany your beautiful photos and original and instructive proposals, a thousand compliments to the encyclopedic Loris, a warm greeting giuseppe

avatarsupporter
sent on October 11, 2021 (1:30)

Splendid place and shot..Loris...bye Jean

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sent on October 11, 2021 (4:36) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I know you, Loris.
I know her well and I am always admired by the pure and authentic genius who guided the design. After six centuries it remains there, admirable in its beauty, formidable in its static consistency. It is always worth associating the two things, not as easy as building a pyramid (statically perfect of its own), and thinking about what were the technical availability and equipment of the time.
Mirable!
Incredible!
A pride of human genius, like the thousands of km of aqueducts built at the time of imperial Rome and still existing today and with the calculation of that 2 per thousand slope always perfect.
I know this beautiful dome and I always marvel at it.
I only ask myself one thing:
there will ever be passed Ing. Morandi?

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sent on October 11, 2021 (7:04) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Wonderful reportage, Loris, congratulations :-)
Hello, Charles

avatarsenior
sent on October 11, 2021 (11:13) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hi Loris, a job yours that I will follow with the usual interest. Good!
I agree with Paul's words ;-)

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sent on October 11, 2021 (12:44) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Interesting views for these beautiful images,
accompaned by excellent documentation,
tanti congratulations for the realization!
hello Claudio

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sent on October 11, 2021 (12:51) | This comment has been translated

Super!

avatarsenior
sent on October 11, 2021 (20:21) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Excellent photo(s) proposed, taken from a nice shooting point. The story, accompanied by explanatory photos, is not only meticulous and detailed, but also engaging, as a great popularizer. Congratulations, Loris.
Hello,
Gio

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sent on October 11, 2021 (20:49) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

A grandiose work, a unique and unrepeatable masterpiece, I don't think that the vast majority of engineers and architects without today's design software would be able to design something complex. Nice job Loris, hello.

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sent on October 11, 2021 (21:46) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Loris did a splendid job, very beautiful image with very interesting details of the building, if we then add the various captions here is the tourist guide to Brunelleschi's dome. If we think about the period in which it was designed and built it is really incredible..... congratulations Loris always very good, a warm greeting
Paola

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sent on October 11, 2021 (22:25) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Congratulations for the photos that take this great architectural work. Always interesting captions that accompany your shots. A salutone.

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sent on October 12, 2021 (0:18) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I learned so many things I didn't know, thanks Loris, great job and nice photos, hello.

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sent on October 12, 2021 (0:21) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)


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sent on October 12, 2021 (0:59) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

You are a great Loris, you make wonderful
chapeau reportages also for the attached photographs, one better than the other.
Caption that tells us about the genius of Brunelleschi.... and without compiuter :-P
night

avatarsenior
sent on October 12, 2021 (6:22) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful documentation and images. Congratulations Loris

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sent on October 12, 2021 (10:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Great photos and explanation that give a good idea of the structure and size of the work!
Hello
Francesco

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sent on October 12, 2021 (10:27) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Congratulations Loris,
seen fascinating of this truly monumental work.
I follow with interest.
Hello, Paul


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