Monday, January 23, 2017

Parco Dora Ingest Area

The Ingest area of Parco Dora , with its 47,000 m², is the smallest lot Dora Park, and is at the further west; It develops longitudinally along Via Nole in the area bounded by Via Borgaro, immediately behind the residential complex at via Valdellatorre and the Church Chiesa del Santo Volto.


The design of this batch of the Park is characterized by a succession of areas with different functions and configurations: a arranged lawn, wooded areas, areas equipped for games, flower beds and a water garden with deep baths and running water channels. The latter is achieved by using large footings and foundation concrete structures of Fiat mills occupying the area before the transformation; also belonged to the old plant a row of pillars that support the walkway, along the area from west to east.

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Parco Dora Structure

The Dora Park (parch Dòira in Piedmontese) is a post-industrial park in the city of Turin with an area of  456,000 m², located in the Spina 3 zone where until the nineties there were the big factories of Fiat and Michelin.


It takes its name from the river that passes through it, the Dora Riparia, and is surrounded by via Nole streets, via Valdellatorre, from the Mortara tunnel, largo Orvieto, via Livorno, via Daubrée, corso Umbria, Piazza Piero della Francesca, between the Districts 4 and 5.


Thursday, January 19, 2017

Female Fire Performer

This woman was performing in piazza San Carlo in the evening, cleverly using the darkness as background and had presented a spectacular show.


The smell of kerosene was still unbearable....

Monday, January 16, 2017

Walking Through The Shadow Of the Pillars

The low sun of winter provides lots of shadows under the arcade, here in via Roma, the sunlight casted the long shadow of the huge pillars onto the pavement, creating a rather interesting image....



Thursday, January 12, 2017

View Of Via Pietro Micca

Via Pietro Micca viewed from palazzo Madama, somehow it has a feel of a city in the older era....
Perhaps it is due to the tram's tracks....and the old buildings.


At the further end, the ugly skyscape that everyone hate is visible....unfortunately.




Monday, January 9, 2017

View Of Via Basilica

The view of via della Basilica from Galleria Sabauda ( the part linked to the the Museo Reali ), the dome belongs to the church Basilica Mauriziana and the piazza in front is the piazza San Giovanni where the duomo is located.


At the corner, a bit of the ancient roman remains of a thertre can be seen.

Friday, January 6, 2017

La Mole In Winter

Without the covering of the leaves from the trees, the Mole is more visible viewed from the Royal garden, it seems more serene and solemn.....and is always pleasant to look at.