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La Lanterna di Genova

« …pensavo: è bello che dove finiscono le mie dita
debba in qualche modo incominciare una chitarra. »
(Fabrizio De André, Amico fragile)

Fabrizio De André

Fabrizio Cristiano De André (Italian pronunciation: [faˈbrittsjo de anˈdre]; 18 February 1940 – 11 January 1999) was an Italiansinger-songwriter.

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Boccadasse (Bocadâze in Genoese) is an old mariners’ neighbourhood of the Italian city of Genoa. It lies at the eastern side of the Corso Italia stroll, the main sea front stroll of the city of Genoa, at the feet of Via Aurora, a typical Ligurian narrow street (“crêuza”).

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Porto Antico di Genova

Il Porto antico è una parte del porto di Genova attualmente adibita a quartiere abitativo, centro turistico, culturale e di servizi divisa in due aree date in concessione dal demanio alle società…

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This article is about an Italian fishing village. For the engineer and architect, see Pier Luigi Nervi. For the ancient Belgic tribe, see Nervii. Nervi is a former fishing village 12 miles Northwest of Portofino, now a seaside resort in Liguria, in northwest Italy. Once an independent comune, it is now a quartiere of Genoa. Nervi is 7 km east of central Genoa.

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Tre Caravelle

The staircase of the three Caravelle is a particularly characteristic glimpse of the center of Genoa.
Of broad structure, it consists of two airy separate ramps separated by a flowerbed tilted on several floors and cultivated with English lawn. The flower bed is divided vertically into three sections (preceded by a fourth, decorated with stylized anchors) in each of which stands out the design that symbolically recalls one by one the three caravels used by Christopher Columbus for his exploit in the discovery of America ( 1492). The caravels are made with floral decorations inside the same flower beds.