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Bim Biblioteca comunale di Imola, Imola
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  • The library of imola is quite impressive, is part of a complex of a former convent, part of which is used as a municipal theatre on the back is the municipal library, inside you can breathe just peace and silence makes you immerse in what once had been a place of retreat, among the various rooms and lounges on the porch , where d, summer one can read off in an indoor garden.
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  • I love her. Just two minutes later and do a tour among the books. It is beautiful, cozy, has a huge selection of books, magazines and DVDs! For me it is a magical place! A must see!
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  • A must see if you visit the city. The library has rooms that invite you to read in peace and quiet. Historical equipment of great value
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  • Spectacular library! One of the custodians showed us a few old books and he also explained the history beyond.
  • Very nice and comfortable library with different sections in which it is possible study or relax reading.
  • Excellence culture imolese for centuries-old history, for the finest halls with frescoes, sculptures and works of art. Of absolute value and quality is the collection of books, audiovisual and music collections are made available to all citizens. I participated as a guest at a presentation conference room can host and literary workshops, literary presentations in a pleasant environment with all media.
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  • Both the library that the attached archive are meticulously kept and the staff is so nice and helpful. Located within a historic building and at the entrance you can see fragments of ancient frescoes in the Hall of the medieval convent refectory
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  • UGO TAMBURINI, a LIFETIME of photographs of Anna Scorsone Alessandri Ugo Tamburini, photographer and Imola Mayor, born in 1850 and died in 1914. contributed significantly to the creation of the Visual memory of the city of Imola in the 19th and 20th centuries. Imola images taken at the end of the 19th century show a city still enclosed by walls. Ta photographer the imposing Rocca, the Cathedral of San Cassiano, the ancient complex of observance and numerous historic buildings. Similarly depicts examples of modern construction, as the Hospital of Santa Maria della Scaletta and the pavilions of the new institution. In the early 1900s Imola becomes: are torn down all the walls and almost all ports, changed or deleted the old buildings, open circular routes. The result was also the first industries. Around Imola, Tamburini photographer fortresses, castles, churches and residential areas, with particular attention to the countries of the valleys of the Santerno and Senio. The images of the territory are located largely in a publication entitled: "Imola and the Santerno Valley", Italy conducted by artistic series Corrado Ricci. Creates an album of works and artifacts to the National Museum of Ravenna and publish the handouts "Imola and its surroundings." His testimony is intended as an opportunity to tell and explain to visitors the photographic processes used in an era where Tamburini, that if it is not to be considered the first pioneering steps however marks of photography, its evolution and diffusion. UGO Ta buy his first camera in 1888. At that time, is a wealthy rich experience photography in a private scope and devoted himself to scientific projects. The landscape of drummers from amateur photographer to professional photographer takes place around the end of the 19th century, when as a result of financial difficulties is forced to sell its assets and make a craft photography. Among his projects there is the collection of the insane asylum of Imola, a collection of portraits and physiognomy studies, with which he participated in numerous international exhibitions. Tamburini also manufactures photographic campaigns to document the Imola hospital organization. At the end of the nineteenth century, photography has become an indispensable tool in scientific work. In this context, Ta works with Giuseppe Scarabelli, imolese scientist by broad interests, which commissioned documentation campaigns of excavations, particular conformations of the territory, finds from the Cabinet of natural history. In the last years of his life Ta collects in some images of album "facts, things and men" of Imola and numerous portraits of Imola citizens. These albums, after his death, are donated to the library by his family. Anna Scorsone Alessandri
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