Monday, December 1, 2008

Pontifical Regional Seminary

The Pontifical Regional Seminary is part of the seminary I showed you in a past post, but is located on the other side of town. I believe the main difference between the two sites is that administrative affairs are handled in this building, while the other one houses the theological school. The local bishop has his offices in this building, located right in the center of town, across from the Villa Comunale (or City Park).

It's hard to get a decent photo of this building. It is surrounded by so much visual clutter, telephone poles and wires, garbage cans, parked cars, you name it! It's also very large and you can't back up very far from it to take a picture because you'll end up running into a building or find your view blocked by the trees in the park.

I have not been able to get out of the house to take new pictures, as I am busy translating all day, so I'm raiding old photos from my files. Shouldn't make that much difference, old buildings like this don't change much with time!

8 comments:

nobu said...

Beautiful building..

MurciaDailyPhoto and www.asthes.tk said...

Thanks for taking a minute to leave a comment in my blog.
This building is very similar than the Town Hall building of Murcia: http://murciadailyphoto.blogspot.com/2008/09/town-hall.html
You can compare.

crittoria said...

It looks like a stately old building. I love the color...

Livio said...

Thanks Saretta for your stopping by and comment in my blog today. In reply to your question about sculpture, you can see my mountain blog at this adress:

http://jouvenceaux.blogspot.com/search/label/Art%20in%20Forest

Beautiful buildings and views in your Molfetta, thank for sharing

Tanya said...

It's a great looking building and I love that color! Hope things slow down a bit for you!

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hi Saretta :)

Lovely photo and excellent presentation. I felt that I was standing there while you you were clicking.

Many thanks for sharing!

Have a good day :)

JM said...

Love the colour!

Hilda said...

Very impressive building. But it looks like someone made a mistake in mixing the paint for one panel there. ;D

Hope your translation's going fine. Don't forget to go out and take a breather every now and then!