Gotthard Base Tunnel (GBT), the world’s longest tunnel. The railway tunnel through the Alps in Switzerland opened in 2016. A route length 57.09 km that is the deepest traffic tunnel and the first flat, low-level route through the Alps.
The museum is open from late November to mid-April during the the ski season, thought to enrich the tourist experience in one of the busiest places in Italy and Europe. 2275 meters a.s.l. and an average of 350 entrances per day registered in the ski season. This is the sixth and final museum of MMM. […]
The hi-tech mine where the apples of the Dolomites are stored (Val di Non, Trento). Melinda signed the project developed by scientists of the University of Trento and Trondheim. The energy, economic and logistical savings and the cutting of consumption of water, preservatives and territory, are unprecedented and would justify the future investment of 23 million euro, ready […]
#TriesteRailPort is the ADV for Trieste Port Authority, design by Michele Pastore
A fashion reportage inside the TIMLab for IL – Idee e Lifestyle del Sole 24 ORE. TIMLab is the Group’s Research Centre working to ensure its tradition of technological innovation started 50 years ago in Turin by CSELT, the Reaserch Centre and Laboratories for Telecommunications.
Located in the heart of Europe, at the intersection between shipping routes and the Baltic-Adriatic and Mediterranean TEN-T core network corridors, the Port of Trieste is an international hub for overland and sea trade with the dynamic market of Central and Eastern Europe. more on www.porto.trieste.it
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SKYWAY, the way to the top of Europe. A very comfortable and beautiful hi-tech. The ropeway of MONT BLANC opened in 2015. It brings worldwide tourists at 3550 meters in only 8 minutes. It sells over 1000 revenue per day on average.
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The oldest ghetto in the world is to be found in Venice. Today only a few Jews live here but once more than 5,000 people lived in the Ghetto in confined spaces. The Venetian Ghetto was instituted on 29 March 1516, though political restrictions on Jewish rights and residences existed before that date. Today, the […]
The botanical garden as a site for the conservation of biodiversity. Considering That only 10% of the plant species on earth in known, the role of point of research is extremely. The new Biodiversity Garden is a hi-tech project of the University of Padua. A solar active building simulating the climatic conditions of the planet’s biomes […]
The Sardinia Radio Telescope is the new radio telescope with a diameter of 64 meters thanks to its active surface – composed by more than 1100 actuators – that allows to operate in the 3-mm band, is the largest and most modern instrument of its kind in Europe and second in the world, exceeded only […]
Bjarke Ingels Group, often referred to as BIG, is a Copenhagen and New York based group of architects, designers, and builders operating within the fields of architecture, urbanism, research and development. The office is currently involved in a large number of projects throughout Europe, North America, Asia and the Middle East. As of 2016, the […]