The Spirit of Ancient Noto

By: Dario Giannobile


Sicily, Italy

2016 April 15


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From the photographer: "The towns of the Val di Noto represent the culmination and final flowering of Baroque art in Europe. The exceptional quality of the late Baroque art and architecture in the Val di Noto lies in its geographical and chronological homogeneity, as well as its quantity, the result of the 1693 earthquake in this region. Here the ruins of Ancient Noto still stand across the time to remember us of that terrible event. The spirit of the old city is still there flying among the roads and ancient fortifications.
Technical details: canon 7d Tokina 11-16mm f4, 30 sec, iso 800"
Dario Giannobile

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