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Giovanni berta stadium, florence 30s
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Marka Historical Archive
Tci Historical Archive
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This print takes us back to the 1930s, showcasing the magnificent Giovanni Berta Stadium in Florence, Italy. The stadium, also known as Stadio Artemio Franchi or Stadio Berta, stands as a remarkable example of fascist architecture during that era. Designed by the renowned architect Pier Luigi Nervi, this close-up shot highlights the intricate details of its grand staircase. The image captures the essence of European history and architectural brilliance. It transports us to a time when stadiums were not just sporting arenas but symbols of power and national pride. In this historical photograph from Touring Club Italiano/Marka/UG's collection at Marka Historical Archive, we witness an empty stadium devoid of any spectators or players. The absence of people allows us to focus on the sheer beauty and craftsmanship displayed in every aspect of this monumental structure. Its imposing presence against the backdrop of Florence's skyline is awe-inspiring. This print serves as a testament to how artistry can be found even in seemingly mundane elements like staircases. As we admire this piece from TCI Historical Archive, it reminds us that photographs have an incredible ability to transport us through time and space. They preserve moments frozen in history for future generations to appreciate and learn from.
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