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2016.11.26 Bologna, Italy
2nd place winner alice 240
Contest -- Architecture in an Urban Landscape Environment
Two thousand years ago, Via Rizzoli was already present with the name of Via Aemilia. The two towers Garisenda and Asinelli are the traditional symbol of Bologna, In the late 12th century, at least one hundred towers dotted the town's skyline, but today only twenty have survived the ravages of fire, warfare and lightning.
Second place Winner - Beautiful Capture of A View from the Top
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Postata in data: 03/11/2017 ore: 13,00
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Programmi : Photomatix - Photoshop - Camera Raw
Camera : Nikon D7000 no tripod
Luogo : Bologna
Obiettivo :Tokina 12/24
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There are 38km of Porticos in Bologna - dating from the 11th century. In the Middle Ages all the developed cities were characterised by porticoes, due to the need of space for dwellings and occupation during a period of economic development.
At the end of the XIIth century an important change took place. In most cities it was no longer allowed to build porticoes. (people needed be licensed to use public space). On the contrary, in Bologna porticoes were defined as compulsory for all the streets where they were considered useful (as Law settled in 1288), also by preserving their public uses; this law is still in force.