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Parco delle Stelle, Loiano
(5/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
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  • The staff, very friendly, would partner among the constellations in both the new Planetarium, that live. In the Planetarium, comfortably seated, are witnessing the evolution of heaven with the rising and setting of stars and constellations that characterize the "heavens" that are interspersed with each season. Outside, clouds permitting, exploring the main celestial bodies visible to the naked eye. If the weather permits you can always visit the 60 cm telescope and make interesting observations. A really enjoyable evening full of discoveries for adults and children.
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  • We stayed here for a night of observation for children. The meeting point in front of the guesthouse is the prelude to the walk in the Woods lit by torches that leads to the Observatory. Children are taken up in the dome while parents attend explanations about the planets and the universe downstairs. The highlight is definitely the visit to the telescope and stargazing. Spectacular! But I must say, for the kids especially, encounter with the cute mascot who lives in the dome: the Dormouse! ... but only if you want to see!
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  • I was last night at the parco delle stelle: a really great evening. meeting point in front of the Guest House of the Observatory, then 3 minutes walk into the Woods to get to the telescope. only the entrance to the Observatory with its telescope is the evening, preparation and the sympathy of the guides do the rest. at the end of the evening, you will return to the starting point and we see a beautiful lesson on how to recognize the constellations and the myths that have generated the names assigned then to the stars. recommended!
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