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25 January 2017

ITALY TURNS PINK TO CELEBRATE GIRO100

With exactly 100 days left to the start of the 100th edition of Giro d’Italia the host cities celebrate their link with the Corsa Rosa, illuminating their landmarks in pink, including important squares, monuments, roads and special locations.

Here’s the full list of important features now lit up in pink: the Sulis Tower (Tower dell’Esperò Reial) in Alghero, the National Archaeological Museum of Olbia, the Beach of Rocce Rosse in Arbatax (Tortolì), the Palazzo Civico in Cagliari, the Monument to Victor Emmanuel II in Reggio Calabria, the Scoglio della Regina in Acquappesa (Terme Luigiane), the Palazzo di Città in Castrovillari, the Trullo Sovrano in Alberobello, the Dome of Molfetta, the Mura del Belvedere in Montenero di Bisaccia, the Town Hall in Montefalco, the Fountain of Neptune in Florence, the Town Hall in San Pietro in Bagno, the Teatro Municipale Fountain in Reggio Emilia, the Tortona Cathedral square, the Battistero in Biella (Oropa), San Biagio Church in Valdengo, Porta San Giacomo in Bergamo upper city, Rovetta‘s main square, Coppi’s monument on Stelvio Pass (Cima Coppi, the highest point in the 2017 Giro) in Valtellina, the Ice Sculptures of the Dolomites in Ortisei and San Candido, Palazzo Menegozzi in Aviano (Piancavallo), the Town Hall in Pordenone, the Grand Stand of the Autodromo Nazionale Monza and the Branca Tower in Milan.

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