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Centrale idroelettrica Alessandro Taccani

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Martino B wrote a review Jan 2020
Chelmsford, United Kingdom4,771 contributions778 helpful votes
Used to come here at least once a month during our long walks as a child and coming back today walking along the River Adda was superb loved it
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Date of experience: January 2020
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jerseyjazz wrote a review Aug 2018
New Jersey698 contributions181 helpful votes
We had time to fill, and wanted to break up a long ride on the superstrada. Well, this "eco-museum" turned out to be a delightful interlude. The lake is pretty and the power plant quite fascinating, even from the outside. (No tours were offered.) We were mesmerized to see the big forks filtering out the seaweed, then moving it along the outdoor conveyor belt to a big container (overflowing on a Monday). While walking, be sure to watch for cyclists, who ride the loop very quickly and don't call out a warning.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Andrew F wrote a review Jan 2018
Calgary, Canada2 contributions
A nice little walk near the water. You get to see some historical houses and the power plant. Also, some little restaurants nearby, and boat rentals.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Anka S wrote a review Aug 2017
Milan, Italy97 contributions88 helpful votes
We came with a dog, so did not go inside. But even on the outside the building is pretty and unique. One can walk around it, watching river flow into the inside and machines outside clear the greens from the water, and then go along the river and enjoy it's clear waters, full of fish and wild swans, and lovely views,
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Aussiewriter wrote a review Feb 2017
England, United Kingdom342 contributions277 helpful votes
We were here on a Sunday in winter so didn't get to tour the facility, however you can walk right around the outside and along the River Adda. There is a sign describing how hydro power was invented by Leonardo Da Vinci - I didn't realise that. This rather pretty and whimsical looking power station was built in 1909
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Date of experience: February 2017
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