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Chiesa di Gesu Redentore, Modena
(4/5 based on a few reviews on the web)
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  • Modern church, opened in 2008 by the architect Mauro Galantino, is located on the outskirts of Modena, next to a school complex recently built, too. The Church, white and imposing from the outside, houses with spacious and bright spaces. The symbology-the garden of Gethsemane, the river of baptism-make it a vivid and timely tale. A place to visit and in which peacefully stand.
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  • Intrigued by the review published by Trip Advisor, I visited this church that I didn't know. Actually is a fine example of contemporary architecture that so hard to appear in our Emilian cities some traditionalist. Unusual in fact is construction and the shining white material with which it was built. very nice Bell Tower. Hopefully in Modena being made other important contemporary works.
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  • The Church is a magnificent example of minimalist expression of contemporary Italian architecture. It was designed in the period 2001-2005 by the milanese architect Mauro Galantino (Bari, 1953) who won a national competition organized by the Italian Bishops ' Conference to qualify the religious architecture. The style of the complex is simple and straightforward with geometric shapes cleverly arranged that generate a contemplative and aesthetic effect of strong intensity, shining white color prevails. The Bell bears an amazing original and evocative form. Very interesting is the layout aimed at the Christian community's participation to the modern meaning of religious liturgy. Much attention has been paid to the choice of materials with the use of a new type of self-cleaning concrete that stays white over the years even as it resists weathering and pollution. The complex is considered by critics a masterpiece of contemporary Italian architecture that, besides being functional to religious purposes for which it is intended, astonishes the visitor for its purity and beauty.
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