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26 September 2016

VICENZA, Italy. Monument to Neri Pozza


VICENZA, Italy.
Ponte San Paolo.

Monument to the publisher, writer, artist and art collector Neri Pozza (Vicenza, 5 August 1912 - 6 November 1988), unveiled on 11 September 2012. The bronze bust is a work of the sculptor Nereo Quagliato (Vicenza, 1939 - Costozza di Longare, 17 October 2012).

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 03.2016.

VICENZA, Italy. Graffiti in tribute to Nelson Mandela


VICENZA, Italy.

Graffiti in tribute to the South African political leader Nelson Mandela.

It always seems impossible until it's done

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 03.2016.

VICENZA, Italy. Plaque in memory of Bartolomeo Panizza


VICENZA, Italy.
Contrà Lioy.

Plaque in memory of the Italian anatomist, physician and biologist Bartolomeo Panizza (Vicenza, 17 August 1785 - Pavia, 17 April 1867) in his birthplace. Panizza is known For His Important studies on the lymphatic system, cranial nerves and human vision.

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 03.2016.

VICENZA, Italy. Bust in memory of Francisco Molino


VICENZA, Italy.
Piazzola Gualdi, 10

Bust in memory of military and sailor Francisco Molino or Molin (Venice, 21 April 1575 - 27 February 1655), which was Dux of the Republic of Venice from January 1646 until his death. He noted for his struggle against the Turks for possession of the Greek island of Crete and for other important maritime campaigns carried out by the Venetian Republic.

Under the bust you can read this inscription in Latin, dated 1639:

IN CRETA INSULA, CUI SUMMO CUM IMPERIO PRAEFUIT, STATUAM FRANCISCO MOLINO MILES CONSECRAT.
AMOVERI SENATOR MERUISSE CONTENTUS MODESTE IUBET ILLAM, POSTERITAS UT DISCAT ADMIRABUNDA SENATORIUM ESSE IMMINERE, NON EMINERE HONORUM FASTIGIIS NICOLAUS COMES GUALDUS PR. MILITUM EX PRAEF. / II P.C. MDCXXXIX.

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 03.2016.

VICENZA, Italy, Santa Chiara church


VICENZA, Italy

Neo-Renaissance polygonal dome of Santa Chiara’s church, attached to the convent of the Poor Clares, built in the late 15th century. The name of the architect who designed is not known, 
but is attributed to Domenico da Venezia. The temple underwent numerous deteriores because of floods and an earthquake and
was in a state of semi-abandonment, until it was restored between 1878 and 1885.

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 03.2016.

23 September 2016

RZESZÓW, Poland. Kościół Świętego Krzyża


RZESZÓW, Poland.
Ulica 3 Maja

Clock tower of the Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Cross (Świętego Krzyża), built in Renaissance style between 1644 and 1649 by the mason Jan Canger (of Tyrolean origin) and the Italian decorator Giovanni Falconi.

Photo © Kazimierz R. Leszczyński, 08.2016.

TARNOBRZEG, Poland. Dzików, Tarnowski’s castle


TARNOBRZEG, Poland
Dzików

Part of the façade of Tarnowski’s castle, a brick building in Neo-Gothic style from the first half of the 19th century. The kitchen 
and other facilities was built in 1858 by Polish architect of Italian origin Francesco (Franciszek) Maria Lanci (Fano, 1799 - Warsaw, 
12 November 1875).

Photo © Kazimierz R. Leszczyński, 11.2013.

PRIJEDOR, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mural


PRIJEDOR, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Šeširdžija [The hatter].

Photo © Zorica Vuković, 09.2016.

20 September 2016

DUBLIN, Ireland. Atrium of the House of Lords


DUBLIN, Ireland
Westmoreland Street

Atrium of the Irish House of Lords (Irish Parliament) entrance in the extension on the east side, designed in Neoclassical style by 
the British architect James Gandon (London, 20 February 1743 - Lucan, County Dublin, 24 December 1823). The sculptures on top representing Hibernia (Latin name for Ireland), Fidelity and Commerce.

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 04.2011.

DUBLIN, Ireland. Children's shoe store


DUBLIN, Ireland

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 04.2011.

DUBLIN, Ireland. Door


DUBLIN, Ireland

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 04.2011.

RHODOS / ΡΟΔΟΣ, Greece. Balcony


RHODOS / ΡΟΔΟΣ, Greece.

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 12.2011.

RHODOS / ΡΟΔΟΣ, Greece. Saint Francis Monastery


RHODOS / ΡΟΔΟΣ, Greece.

Bell tower and a part of the side façade of the church of Saint Francis Monastery of the Franciscan Fathers, Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Rhodes, designed by Italian architect Armando Bernabiti (Crevalcore, 12 July 1900 - 22 December 1970) and 
built Between 1936 and 1939.

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 12.2011.

RHODOS / ΡΟΔΟΣ, Greece. Statue of Saint Francis of Assisi


RHODOS / ΡΟΔΟΣ, Greece.

Statue of Saint Francis of Assisi in front of the Catholic Cathedral of Rhodos, built between 1936 and 1939.

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 12.2011.

17 September 2016

GRENOBLE, France. Théâtre Sainte Marie d'en Bas


GRENOBLE, France.
38 rue Très-Cloîtres.

Detail of the façade of the Théâtre Sainte Marie d'en Bas, former chapel of the same name built in Baroque style in the mid 17th century, which was part of a convent of the Order of the Visitation of Holy Mary, opened in 1652. The chapel was blessed and opened worship on 23 February 1786, and in 1789 the nuns had to leave the convent, expelled by the Revolution. Later the place was used as a warehouse and then as army ordnance depot. In 1906 it became the property of the city of Grenoble and was abandoned for some time. After the utilize some theater groups, in 1986 the old chapel was made available to the Compagnie Diden Berramdane, who adapted it to make it two years later, in theater. On 18 April 1988 he was declared a historical monument.

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 01.2009.

GRENOBLE, France. Graffiti


GRENOBLE, France.

que dure toujours la crise
[‘that still always the crisis’]

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 01.2009.

GRENOBLE, France. Graffiti


GRENOBLE, France.

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 01.2009.

GRENOBLE, France. Phone box


GRENOBLE, France.
Boulevard Gambetta.

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 01.2009.

GRENOBLE, France. Bike icons


GRENOBLE, France.
Rue Saint-Laurent.

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 01.2009.

GRENOBLE, France. Signage


GRENOBLE, France.
Rue Saint-Laurent.

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 01.2009.

GRENOBLE, France. Graffiti


GRENOBLE, France.
Place Xavier Jouvin & Rue Saint-Laurent.

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 01.2009.

GRENOBLE, France. Public urinal


GRENOBLE, France.
Quai Perrière.

Public urinal.

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 01.2009.

LYON, France. Poster CFDT


LYON, France

Élections prodhommales. Votez CFDT *
[‘Unions elections.
Vote CFDT’]

* CFDT
Confédération française démocratique du travail
[French Democratic Confederation of Labour]

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 01.2009.

LYON, France. Graffiti


LYON, France

Ne me libere pas, je m’en charge
[‘Do not libere me, I'll take care’]

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 01.2009.

LYON, France. Graffiti


LYON, France

On est tous invisibles
[‘We're all invisible’]

Photo © Albert Lázaro-Tinaut, 01.2009.