jueves, enero 18, 2007

Classic and... weird


This is Alonso Martínez Square... I like this view cause there you have these beautiful and elegant buildings and at the bottom you can see that "green plug"(Colón Towers) trying to plug its self on heaven... LOL That is Génova street which ends at Colón Square (if you look carefully you'll find a little Colón there).
Anything more...? There's lot of nightlife around Alonso Martínez when the sun comes down, so if you want to have some fun... call your friends, and go out for party!
To see an older post about "the green plug", check this one.

Esta es la Plaza de Alonso Martínez... Me gusta mucho esta vista porque tenemos en primer plano estos edificios majestuosos, con sus balcones, tan elegantes, y al fondo por sorpresa, encuentras un gran enchufe verde intentando conectarse al cielo... XD Ésta es la calle Génova, que termina en la Plaza Colón (si miras detenidamente verás un Colón pequeñito por allí)
¿Algo más...? Alonso Martínez es una zona con mucho ambiente por la noche, asi que si queires pasártelo bien, llama a tus amigos y sal de fiesta!

Listening to Añoranza por la conga Sur Caribe :)

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At 18/1/07 01:23, Anonymous Anónimo said...

¿El cuadrado fue nombrado después del político y del juez?

Was the square named after the politician and judge?

 
At 18/1/07 01:25, Anonymous Anónimo said...

I like that green plug. It really looks like one. Nice shot of the buildings.

 
At 18/1/07 03:37, Anonymous Anónimo said...

Nice old buildings. Is the green plug finished? It looks like it isnt quite fully constructed. I like the contrast of old and new. The fountain makes it complete.

 
At 18/1/07 04:34, Blogger Edulabbe said...

Yes, it's an interesting contrast of styles!
Do you realize that some architectural works are too influenced by their time? Twenty years later they seem strange and outdated.
Nice picture.

Greetings from Chile

 
At 18/1/07 08:26, Anonymous Anónimo said...

Like always, your photography is so colorful! A fine scene for the fountain. Me gustaria ver el edificio, como tu lo llamas "enchufe verde" desde su fachada frontal, se ve muy interesante. Saludos.

 
At 18/1/07 09:04, Blogger Mental Floss said...

I like the buildings abd the fountain too. The building indeed looks like a plug.

 
At 18/1/07 09:44, Anonymous Anónimo said...

I like this photo a lot better than the first "green plug" photo. The fountain reminds me of the one in Philadelphia.

 
At 18/1/07 19:43, Anonymous Anónimo said...

belle photo et la fontaine est superbe


beautiful photograph and the fountain is superb

 
At 19/1/07 07:39, Anonymous santy said...

I like the fountain and the sunlight from the right :)

 
At 19/1/07 09:49, Blogger Dsole said...

thank u guys for all your nice comments
Annie, i think the square was named after, bur really i don't know sure!
And Susan, yes, it was built in early 70' and like Carmen said in her 23th June post, the "plug" was added late in the 90'
:)

 
At 19/1/07 11:37, Anonymous ruth said...

I like the fountain too, in front of that pretty white building that's on an unusual angle. Beautiful view.

Thank you for your nice comment today. :)

 
At 19/1/07 17:19, Anonymous pastorrick said...

Dsole,Thank you for taking the time to stop by my site. Yes I plan on post a new pic each day. Everyone is so gracious with their encouraging words.

 
At 19/1/07 20:35, Anonymous Anónimo said...

It DOES look like a plug! Wouldn't it be funny if the two prongs got struck by lightening? Hee hee...

 
At 22/1/07 14:07, Anonymous Anónimo said...

mm, another beautiful shot of the City. It looks so beautiful! Perhaps someday we shall venture that way.

 
At 10/4/07 15:32, Blogger M.Benaut said...

I think your new building blends with the old ones better than we can manage here in Adelaide. I hope to visit one day !!

 

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