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Il Bigo di Renzo Piano
Genoa

Il Bigo di Genova, progettato da Renzo Piano ispirandosi alle gru del Porto di Genova è una struttura originale che si staglia sull'acqua del Porto Antico. La struttura permette da un lato di sorreggere la tenso struttura della piazza delle feste (dove si svolgono varie manifestazioni e d'inverno viene preparata una pista di pattinaggio su ghiaccio), dall'altra regge un ascensore ruotante e panoramico che si solleva fino a 40 metri d'altezza permettendo di avere una visuale a 360 gradi sulla città.

Il Bigo è stato costruito per le celebrazioni Colombiane del 1992 e dall'allora la sua sagoma è diventata uno dei simboli di Genova.

da http://www.irolli.it

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Copyright: Andrea Biffi
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
Taken: 20/04/2011
Uploaded: 23/04/2011
Updated: 09/03/2015
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Tags: bigo; renzo piano; genova; panorama; view; porto; porto antico; piazza delle feste; belvedere; ascensore; panoramico; italy; italia; deda; andrea biffi; 360; vr
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