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1 Iseo
2 Monte Alto, 650m
3 Chiesa di San Fermo
4 Clusane
5 Sarnico
6 Predore
7 Punta Alta, 953m
8 Sulzano
9 Isola di San Paolo
10 FLOATING PIER (section from Sulzano to Peschiera Maraglio)
11 Gallinarga
12 Monte Bronzone, 1334m
13 Peschiera Maraglio
14 Vigolo
15 MONTE ISOLA
16 Madonna della Ceriola
17 Parzanica
18 Monte Creo', 1106m
19 Fonteno
20 Isola di Loreto
21 Carzano
22 Marone
23 Corna Trentapassi, 1244m
24 FLOATING PIER (section from Sulzano to Peschiera Maraglio)

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Location: Sulzano (Martignago)      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: Italy      Date: 4 Juny 2016
http://www.thefloatingpiers.com/press/

Last week it was built the section of floating pier between Sulzano and Peschiera Maraglio. This is the main section, about 650 meters long, which will allow you to walk to the island of Monte Isola just a few centimeters above the water of the lake.
You can see the difference with pano 19691 or 19697.
In these days, the walkway will be covered with an orange fabric.
In the second part of the pano is seen more in detail the walkway.

Comments

Thanks for sharing this interesting project, Giuseppe!! Great pictures ...

Tanti saluti, Hans-Jörg
2016/06/06 21:09 , Hans-Jörg Bäuerle
Great to watch this project growing. Cheers, Martin
2016/06/07 21:50 , Martin Kraus
Thanks for your comments. Some press reports in German:

http://www.welt.de/newsticker/dpa_nt/infoline_nt/boulevard_nt/article154941016/Christo-laedt-ein-zum-Wasserwandeln.html

http://www.spiegel.de/reise/europa/christos-neues-kunstprojekt-floating-piers-auf-dem-iseosee-a-1080647.html

http://www.sueddeutsche.de/news/kultur/kunst-floating-piers-christo-laedt-ein-zum-wasserwandeln-dpa.urn-newsml-dpa-com-20090101-160502-99-797054
2016/06/07 23:24 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Thank you for the update!!
2016/06/08 01:11 , Christoph Seger
Actually, I do not like double-panoramics on this webside very much, but in this case it makes sense.
Great journalistic job, thank you!
2016/06/08 15:59 , Arne Rönsch
I can only repeat it: Thank you for the update. Great work!
2016/06/10 18:18 , Werner Schelberger

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