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An invitation to birdwatchers to bring binoculars when you go to visit the cities of art, Venice, Florence, Rome etc. (1 Viewer)

Oltre a vedere specie di uccelli che nidificano in città potrete utilizzare il vostro binocolo per vedere dettagli di affreschi o architettonici che a occhio nudo non si riescono ad apprezzare. Le mora delle foto sono di Cittadella in Veneto, Italia. Sono abitate da centinaia di rondini, alla sera è bellissimo ammirarle.

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From Google Translate: An invitation to all birdwatchers, bring binoculars even when you go to visit cities of art, Venice, Florence, Rome etc.

Google Translate: In addition to seeing species of birds nesting in the city, you can use your binoculars to see details of frescoes or architecture that you can't appreciate with the naked eye. The photos are from Cittadella in Veneto, Italy. They are inhabited by hundreds of swallows, in the evening it is beautiful to admire them.

This last is slightly different from the one offered by Kits.

I hope we may be able to see some of your pictures in the Gallery too.
 

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In addition to seeing species of birds that nest in the city, you can use your binoculars to see fresco or architectural details that cannot be appreciated with the naked eye. The brunettes in the photos are from Cittadella in Veneto, Italy. They are inhabited by hundreds of swallows, in the evening it is beautiful to admire them.

(I am not sure that brunettes is correct! Maybe it's a type of tree/shrub.)
 
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