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Corridors of power

The House of Gonzaga ruled Mantua and close-by town from 1300 to 1700 AC. Renaissance found in Gonzagas strong supporters: the wealthy family sponsored  architects and painters to decorate the region of Mantua with palaces, galleries and theaters among the most beautiful in Italy.

The Gallery of the Ancients (1584 AC), Sabbioneta

The covered market (1536 AC), Mantua

The equestrian staircase up to Mantegna’s Bridal chamber (1465 AC), Mantua

The Grand Corridor (1584 AC), Sabbioneta

Entrance to Gonzaga’s ducal palace (1328 AC), Mantua

Click each picture to zoom in.

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Street fusion

Old and new blend in the Middle-age squares of the city of Mantua (Italy). Click each picture to zoom in.

 

Chasing the Devil

Old woods baked by the Alpine sun, stoned pillars against underground creatures… and horrifying masks for chasing the Devil!

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Pictures shot in the Swiss town of Blatten, in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Aletsch Blatten-Belalp. Click to zoom in

 

 

 

Roofwalk

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A roof walk on the new museum of art, architecture and technology (MAAT) of Lisboa, Portugal. Click to zoom in

Way over

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Some bridges can be longer than others. Pictures shot between Ponte Vasco de Gama and Ponte XXV de Abril, Lisboa.

 

 

 

Laveria Lamarmora: a place of mind

There is a weak outlined path starting west of the ‘906. Walk it down, take your time facing the sun towards the rocky shores. There, washed by the sea, is the place of mind of Nebida.

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Here no stones are washed anymore, no windmills pump sea water up to the tank. No railway carries the mineral to Masua. But they are all still there.

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Walls and fallen bricks still separate outdoor and indoor, but no other noises than wind fill the factory nowadays.

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Between the red arches of bricks. Through the rusty metal wagons left. On the fallen floors.

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The geometries of the old factory puzzle the natural panorama into sea blue and rock yellow pieces.

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This is the stone-washing factory Lamarmora. This is Nebida, Sulcis, Sardegna.

 

 

Industrial soul of Sulcis: rear windows

This is the fifth and last part of Monteponi rebirth, a photo reportage on the mining site of Monteponi (Sardegna, Italy). Here you find the second and third and fourth parts. What is next, after that through this photo reportage several rear windows were open to observe the courtyard of Monteponi? A book? A photo exhibition? Not enough to preserve this archeological industrial site. Hopefully, a first step to speed up the intervention of the city hall of Iglesias, region Sardegna and regional founds from the European Union (FESR) to preserve this area before it is too late. If you liked the reportage, there is a book online with more picture waiting to be ordered… at support of the photographer too.

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Central warehouses (1890) for mining tools and machines. Upper level of the lead foundry (1892)

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Electrolysis builduing: entrance to the offices (1925). White zinc complex (1914)

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Window of the of the Miner Association “E. Ferrari” (1920). Sulfuric acid complex (1928)

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Inside the sulfuric acid complex (1928) and lower level of the lead foundry (1892)

All pictures and text copyright of Lorenzo Borghi. Contact me at artborghi@gmail.com for picture use permission and initiatives.

 

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