16 March 2006

Postal Office


Postal Office in Via Marmorata close to Piramide Cestia (I'll show U next days). One of the 6700 postal Office in all Italy . It has been the set of the queues of the last days. It was built in 1933-34 and desighed in collaboration with Arch. M. De Renzi. It is considered a rationalism model in Rome.

L'ufficio postale di Via Marmorata vicino la Piramide Cestia (ve la mostrerò nei prossimi giorni) . E' uno dei 6700 uffici postali d'Italia. E' stato luogo delle lunghissime code dei giorni scorsi . Fu costruito nel 1933-34 e disegnato in collaborazione con l'Arch. M. De Renzi. E' considerato un modello del razionalismo in Roma.

4 comments:

San Francisco Daily Photo said...

You like that fisheye, don't you? ;-) It looks cool.

Manuel

marie said...

Ciao Joe and thank you for linking me up, Idid the same for you.
By the way, I ha the opportunity to visit Your cuontry and town a few years ago and I loved it. Hope I come back one day

Edwin Sumun said...

Ciao Joe, thanks for dropping by KL Daily and if I had a way I'd send you one of those puffs.

The fish-eye wide-angle of this post-office shot is sweet but I really like the Autogrill Café one a lot.

Ggraph said...

You have very nice photos throughout your blog - nice work!
The post office very much reminds me of the Bauhaus movement in Germany of that time period only with a little more flair.

Regards,
Mark