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Mole antonelliana showing its new tricoloured collier
Turin

For the 150th anniversary of italian unification, a green-white-red LED jewel ("gioiello tricolore") has been put around Mole Antonelliana's "neck".

This collier has been designed by architects Lupi, Migliore and Servetto, also authors of the look of the city for the 2011 celebrations.

Note: the red neon numbers are "Flight of numbers", a light installation by Mario Merz for Luci d'artista, dedicated to the Fibonacci series.

Copyright: Alessandro ugazio
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Geüpload: 06/04/2011
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Tags: gioiello tricolore; mole antonelliana; italia 150; torino; rai; cinema massimo; museo del cinema; italy 2011
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