Last year the Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day was celebrated around the planet on April 28th. These are the pics I took walking around Gorizia. Enjoy!
Palazzo Lantieri was built in the 14th century to guard the south-western entrance to the city. Its famous guests have included the French royal family, Pope Pius VI, the Archduchess of Austria Maria Theresa and Napoleon, as well as important cultural figures such as Goethe, Schiller, Goldoni, Pietro Metastasio, Casanova and Lorenzo da Ponte, all of whom mention it in their writings.*
Piazza Sant'Antonio is marked by an airy colonnade, which was once part of a cloister of a convent that, as legend has it, was built in the IIIrd century by Sant’Antonio from Padua.*
Drinking @ Bierkeller, a bavarian beer house (via Lantieri, 4).
Parco Coronini was built in the late 19th century, within an ambitious urban redevelopment program which aimed to create an image of Gorizia "garden city", a mild and temperate climate center.*
Self portrait @ Parco Coronini