Photographer's Note

The Pellerina Park (officially Carrara Park) is the largest city park in the city of Turin, with an area of 837,220 m² (83.7 hectares). It is located in the west of the town and is crossed by the river Dora Riparia.
The park is officially dedicated to Mario Carrara (1866-1937), anthropologist of the University of Turin (one of only 15 university professors of more than 1,200 who refused the oath of allegiance to fascism), but it is known to Turin as Pellerina Park.
Since 2009, the entire portion of the north of the Dora park was dedicated to the memory of the seven workers who died in the Turin factory of German Thyssen Krupp fire, on 6 December 2007.
The area of the factory was located directly opposite the entrance north of the Pellerina.

This is the "Little Lake", one of the two artificial lakes, after a winter snowfall, seen by a stair which drives from a cosy restaurant to the edge of the lake.

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