Diladdarno

by Bernardo Ricci Armani May 12, 2015 2 comments
Diladdarno

Florence (Italy). “Diladdarno” (or sometimes “Oltrarno”) is a word that means “on the other side of the Arno river” in the local slang. Technically, Diladdarno is the left bank of the city with reference to the river Arno, which crosses Florence from East to West. And among the bridges that connect the two banks of Florence, Ponte Vecchio and Ponte Santa Trinita (both of them in the photo) are the most beautiful. The first one is today a symbol of the city, it hosts prestigious jewellers and it is visited by thousands of tourists every day.

I took this photo from one of the most beautiful observatory points in town: the terrace at the Westin Excelsior Hotel. I could spend hours there, capturing photos and drinking nice cocktails. The view is breathtaking, not only on the river, the bridges and Diladdarno, but also on the Cathedral and the right bank or – as we say here in Florence – “Diquaddarno”!

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2 comments

Betty May 13, 2015 - 7:52 am

Firenze è bella dà qualunque prospettiva la si fotografi, e tu sei bravo a riprenderla!!!!

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Bernardo May 13, 2015 - 12:35 pm

Faccio del mio meglio :-)

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