Monday, 12 January 2015

TRAVEL TO ITALY: VICENZA AND VERONA | architecture

Torre di Piazza, Basilica Palladiana, Vicenza // Palladio's Casa Cogollo, Vicenza
I love Italy. I don't know at which point in my life I started loving old parts of the cities, but I do and there is a lot of old cities in Italy. :) There is this special energy which is indescribable and this energy just grab you and it doesn't let you go. I could walk around with 'gelato' in my hand for the whole day and I wouldn't get bored. Every building has its own story and every story has the beautifully formed facade. It is like the time stops for a moment and there is just you and the city.

During my study I've visited some different cities in Italy, mostly in the northern part and I was so impressed that I decided to share some photos from my trips with you. In this first "monday photos" post I'm sharing photos from the first two cities we've visited during our 'sketching trip' 3 years ago: Vicenza and Verona.




In next monday photos blog:  Travel to Italy: Mantova, Pisa and Luca
Last travel photo blog: When in Rome

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decorated facades, Vicenza

Vicenza

Palladio's Palazzo Chiericati on the left; The Teatro Olimpico on the right, Vicenza

Vicenza

Palladio's Villa Capra "la Rotonda", Vicenza

Palladio's Villa Capra "la Rotonda", Vicenza

Palladio's Villa Capra "la Rotonda", Vicenza

Torre dei Lamberti, Verona

Verona

Juliet's house - balcony, Verona // Piazza delle Erbe, Verona

San Zeno's monastery, Verona

San Zeno's monastery, Verona

San Zeno's monastery, Verona
Castelvecchio, Verona


Ponte Scaligero, Verona

In next monday photos blog:  Travel to Italy: Mantova, Pisa and Luca
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