Palazzo delle Poste e Telegrafo, Alessandria
(2/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
Palazzo delle Poste e Telegrafo is located in Alessandria. Plan to visit Palazzo delle Poste e Telegrafo during your Alessandria vacation using our convenient Alessandria vacation trip planner.
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  • Described correctly mosaic undervalued! Seeing the post office building can't but notice the mosaic by Gino Severini that tells the history of communications. It is a work of extraordinary artistic and historical importance is a very interesting which is divided into three parts: the side representing the continents (left Oceania and Asia, right, Africa and America) and the central one, longer than the other two, dedicated to the history of posts and of telegrafo.il futurita Sahu illustrates the modern city, dominated by a growing development of mechanization of services and transport.
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  • Located in the central Piazza della Libertà, (paid parking), this structure was built in the 1940s, has the advantage of having a mosaic on the façade along 38 meters in length and 1.20 meters. The work is by Gino Severini and represents the history of telecommunications; is divided into three parts, the shorter side represent the four continents, the middle one is the post office. On the left are represented the means of transport by land, air and maritime transport. Right on Telegraph. Worth a visit if you go from Alexandria, it certainly isn't valued at most because ahead you will find cars parked even though you have tried to remedy with hurdles.
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  • I find it a stretch to define a concrete cube littorica-era offices host an attraction.
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