La Dolce Vita in Bologna

Discussion in 'Travel' started by ulrichberger, Jan 12, 2022.

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    La Dolce Vita in Bologna. The capital of Emilia-Romagna is considered the culinary center of Italy.
    In Italy it is therefore also called "la Grasse, "the fat one.





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    In the center of Bologna, magnificent buildings dominate the cityscape.
    Here the Palazzo del Podestà at the central Piazza Maggiore.




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    In hot or rainy weather, the city is easy to explore thanks to Bologna’s portici.
    Some 40 kilometers of covered porticoes invite visitors to stroll.





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    Red brick dominates Bologna’s historic center.
    The reflections bathe the alleys in saturated red light.
    It is therefore also called „La Rossa“, the red one.


    Second part follows

    All the Best, Uli
     
  2. La Dolce Vita in Bologna – Part 2



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    The alley is the market​





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    Man is choosy​





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    overflowing​





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    The friendly one




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    excellent fish​







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    Down to earth​



    All the best, Uli
     
  3. Bravo!
     
    Last edited: Jan 13, 2022
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  4. POINT OF ORDER

    As I recall, traditional (historical) practice here was that such 'gallery' posts should be done in one's portfolio, but I think that our new member Uli's posts make a persuasive case for allowing these in the regular forums where they will be seen more easily.

    It's not like P.net is overwhelmed with mass participation, and in some forums, "post all you want" has already been tacitly accepted.

    It's also not the case that one is forced to look at the whole thing.
     
  5. Part 3 and end


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    Culinary heaven





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    Tortellini in all variations





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    Chef





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    Connoisseur





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    Infinite gourmet spaces





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    La Dolce Vita



    All the best, Uli
     

  6. Oh, sorry, I have now posted part 3 and conclusion. About 30 per cent of my pictures are series. But mostly only two to four shots. The Bologna series is rather the exception.

    All the best, Uli
     
  7. the point was that I, at least, don't think you need to apologize, especially since the fine points of the "rules" here are often extremely hard to find, even if you read all the fine print, so to speak.
     
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  8. Nice photo's , I enjoyed looking at them.
     
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