Vejo que em breve vai ser inaugurada a arvore de Nata. Ela esta linda. Parabéns!
Just watched the tree going up on time lapse. They look like the tripods
Christmas! The decoration has started and I look forward to enjoying the Christmas tree being put up,.
It looks as if they are constructing a Christmas tree similar to the one in Puerta del Sol, Madrid.
For the St George Flag you see waving as Milan Flag: You can learn a funny request from Genoa City Mayor asking England to pay a fine for the unauthorized usage: see the SUN "How England STOLE the St George’s flag – and now Genoa wants it back with millions in ‘fines" on 2018 july 6th issue.
It's my faulty screen or the camera is a fish eye? No straight line and a Duomo much narrow than I remember. Normally I accept a Fish eye in a sport event.
The camera offers a new wider view , many thanks to the host for this change.
Well, it's a beautifully lit view of Piazza Duomo, but this evening I can see only the bottom part of the Madonnina. The Duomo is not complete unless one can see all of La Madonnina (or, as the Milanese call her, La Bela Madunina, which means the beautiful sweet Madonna). Please, may we see the Madonnina in all her splendour?
4sep19--Genoa? rogered? This Is Milan. . . . Scighera, Thank you very much for the information. - - -The racing division of the automobile manufacture Ferrari is 'Scuderia Ferrari' the racing team that competes in Formula One racing. The colour red is used on the racing vehicles. EnJoy EnJoy
Ah, that explains why everybody is wearing red.
4/9/19 Celebrating 90 years of Scuderia Ferrari, here in Piazza Duomo, starting today at 17:00 Italian time. The "GP d'Italia" - Formula One - will take place Sunday 8/9 at 15:10 local time, on Monza race track. Leclerc and Vettel: in bocca al lupo!
HI Robin Smith, from the Guardian newspaper , "Genoa, once a powerful maritime city, adopted the St George's Cross as its flag and St George as its patron saint during the Crusades. The symbol was adopted by England toward the end of the religious wars, in the 13th century, with English ships flying the flag of Genoa as a deterrent to enemies."
Anyone know why a St. George flag flies here ?
Thanks for info Emilio. Loved my trip to Milan.
What you can see (thanks to re-positioned camera) il called "La Madonnina" (=the small Lady) not for the size (4.16 metres) not for the position (108 hight) but because was visible from everywhere in the city of Milan where a law was limiting every other construction to be lower than La Madonnina (to obey to this rule every building higher then it has a copy of same statue on the top).
Nice to see the webcam view re-positioned so we can see La Madelina on top of the Duomo. Milan is calling it's time to visit again.