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(January 1st - December 30th, 2010)

Luca N Vascon

QTP forum meeting

Andrew Varlamov

View from the Bridge of Corso del Popolo

Padua, Veneto, Italy

August 11, 2010, 04:33 UTC (06:33 local time)

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The Bridge of Corso del Popolo was built across the Piovego canal in 1908. It is one of the first reinforced-concrete bridges built in Italy. The Piovego canal is formed from two wings of the Bacchiglione river – the left wing, called Tronco Maestro, and the right wing, called Naviglio Interno. Historical buildings merge with daring contemporary architecture, look at Basilica del Carmine and Daniel Libeskind’s memorial “Memory and light”.

(RU) Мост Корсо дель Пополо был построен через канал Пиоведжио в 1908 году. Это был один из первых железобетонных мостов в Италии. Канал Пиоведжио образован двумя рукавами реки Баккильоне. В Падуе старинные здания причудливо перемешаны с современной архитектурой - взгляните на базилику дель Кармине и мемориал "Память и свет" Даниеля Либескинда.
Camera: Pentax K20D
Lens: smc PENTAX-DA Fish-Eye 1:3.5-4.5 10-17mm ED (IF)
Tripod: BENRO A-058
Panohead: Nodal Ninja 5
PC Software: PTGui Pro 9.0 by New House Internet Services B.V. (dated by December 2, 2010), Pano2QTVR Pro Flash version 1.6.6 by Thomas Rauscher
Mobile Phone Software: Compass 4.1 for J2ME by Dana Peters (to calculate Sun and Moon position in the sky).
Behind the scene : how this panorama was made
Padua was the first city of our family travel along Northern Italy. We rented 3 beds room in 3 star hotel "Corso" (it is visible on panorama) - it is hotel the next to Scrovegni Chapel. Other panoramas reflect our route :
August 9 - Venice
August 10 - Verona
August 15 - Pisa and Lucca
August 18 - Florence
August 21 - Ravenna
August 23 - Porto Corsini

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