Prague - Ginger e Fred (the dancing house) - Jiraskovo Nam

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©Luigi Petrazzoli on January 19, 2010

Many thanks, aminul_h

愛 Sylvietsak 女 on January 24, 2010

I felt in Love with them by the first time I saw them...about 1997...but I was not lucky to have a good picture of them...thank you for sharing Luigi.....

Greetings from Greece, Athens...

Sylvie

Paul13 on January 24, 2010

Nice building~~!

©Luigi Petrazzoli on January 24, 2010

Thank you vey much Sylvie, you are very kindly.

Greetings from Milan, luigi

©Luigi Petrazzoli on January 24, 2010

Thanks for your comment, Paul.

Mr.White on March 6, 2010

incredibile, sembra che danzino...

©Luigi Petrazzoli on March 6, 2010

Infatti, Giuseppe, Ginger e Fred erano due noti ballerini degli anni '30/'40 (Ginger Rogers e Fred Astaire) e l'edificio è chiamato anche "The dancing house".

elleell on June 20, 2010

wow...

©Luigi Petrazzoli on June 20, 2010

Thank you very much, elleell, for your visit and your appreciated comment.

Sergio Bagna on December 28, 2010

...trovata! Così ho avuto occasione di scorrere l'etichetta "Praga". Mi venuta una voglia di andarci! :)

Like! Il punto di ripresa è diverso da quelli che si vedono di solito, e secondo me dà molta più grazia all'edificio e rende bene l'idea della danza.

Ciao, Sergio

愛 Sylvietsak 女 on December 28, 2010

One more like as the "Best of" (of the past) seems that have not counted of all these people who have viewed this photo...4 likes...

My best wishes for the New Year that is coming

Sylvie

©Luigi Petrazzoli on December 28, 2010

Sergio, un breve soggiorno a Praga te lo raccomando vivamente. Quattro-cinque giorni sono il minimo per visitarla, ma una decina sarebbero l'ideale se si desidera anche godere di qualche serata d'arte (o anche pomeriggio) che a Praga non può mancare.

Spesso "Ginger & Fred" viene fotografato stando sul marciapiede di fronte, lungo il fiume, in modo da visualizzare anche il fronte del palazzo che fronteggia la Vltava. Ma a me uel lato sembrava poco significante rispetto al movimento di questi due "corpi". Ciao. luigi

©Luigi Petrazzoli on December 28, 2010

Many thanks, Sylvie, for your appreciated comment and for your "Like". (In the past the "Best of" was not much usual!)

I heartily reciprocate your good wishes for an Happy New Year.

luigi

愛 Sylvietsak 女 on December 29, 2010

When the likes began then it started to count...I love these buildings as I tried once to take photos from the bus I am happy to see your photo...greetings

Sylvie

©Luigi Petrazzoli on December 29, 2010

And I am happy too, Sylvie. Greetings. luigi

V@dim Levin on March 11, 2011

For the curve house necessary to buy a curve Furniture... ;-)

Like-5 + YS-16

Friendly greeting from Russia!

©Luigi Petrazzoli on March 11, 2011

May be it was a great opportunity for the carpenters! Thank you very much, Radist12. I'm grateful to you for the appreciation of this photo. Greetings from Italy. luigi

Rafael Saludes 5 days ago

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  • Uploaded on December 22, 2006
  • Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works
    by ©Luigi Petrazzoli
    • Camera: NIKON E4300
    • Taken on 2004/05/16 09:28:06
    • Exposure: 0.007s
    • Focal Length: 8.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/7.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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