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From Hungary to Milan, Giro stage cities turn pink

31/01/2020

100 days to go to the start of the Corsa Rosa

Last night, with 100 days to go to the start of the Corsa Rosa, the stage cities of the 103rd Giro d’Italia, have turned their major landmarks pink: important squares, monuments, roads, and special locations have been illuminated in pink.

The Giro d’Italia, organised by RCS Sport / La Gazzetta dello Sport, will start from Budapest (Hungary) on 9 May and finish in Milan on 31 May. Hungary will host the 14th start from abroad for the Giro d’Italia; the first from an Eastern European country.

 

 

Stage by stage, the monuments which have turned pink to celebrate the Giro:

  • Stage 1 – 09/05/2020 – Budapest – Budapest (ITT): Hősök tere
  • Stage 2 – 10/05/2020 – Budapest – Győr: Jedlik-híd bridge in Győr
  • Stage 3 – 11/05/2020 – Székesfehérvár – Nagykanizsa: the Townhall of Székesfehérvár and the Viewpoint of Nagykanizsa

  • Stage 4 – 12/05/2020 – Monreale – Agrigento: the Cathedral of Monreale and the Temple of Hercules, located in the Valle dei Templi in Agrigento
  • Stage 5 – 13/05/2020 – Enna – Etna: the Torre di Federico in Enna and the Townhall of Linguaglossa, (Piano Provenzana, Etna)
  • Stage 6 – 14/05/2020 – Catania – Villafranca Tirrena: the balcony of the Palazzo dell’Elefante in Catania and the Castle of Bauso in Villafranca Tirrena
  • Stage 7 – 15/05/2020 – Mileto – Camigliatello Silano: the Cathedral of Mileto and the San Francesco di Paola Sanctuary in Camigliatello Silano
  • Stage 8 – 16/05/2020 – Castrovillari – Brindisi: the Aragonese Castle of Castrovillari and the Roman Columns of Brindisi
  • Stage 9 – 17/05/2002 – Giovinazzo – Vieste: the Fountain of the Tritons in Giovinazzo and Pizzomunno La Falesia in Vieste

  • Stage 10 – 19/05/2020 – San Salvo – Tortoreto Lido: the Fountain of Glass in San Salvo Villa Comunale and the Fontana della Sirena at Tortoreto Lido
  • Stage 11 – 20/05/2020 – Porto Sant’Elpidio – Rimini: the Torre dell’Orologio in Porto Sant’Elpidio and Castel Sismondo in Rimini
  • Stage 12 – 21/05/2020 – Cesenatico – Cesenatico: Porto Canale in Cesenatico
  • Stage 13 – 22/05/2020 – Cervia – Monselice: San Michele Tower in Cervia and Colle della Rocca in Monselice
  • Stage 14 – 24/05/2020 – Conegliano – Valdobbiadene (ITT):  the Castel of Conegliano and the Villa dei Cedri in Valdobbiadene
  • Stage 15 – 24/05/2020 – Base Aerea Rivolto – Piancavallo: hangars with airplanes at the Rivolto Air Base and the Palace Menegozzi in Piancavallo

  • Stage 16 – 26/05/2020 – Udine – San Daniele del Friuli: the Loggia di San Giovanni of Udine and San Michele Arcangelo Cathedral in San Daniele del Friuli
  • Stage 17 – 27/05/2020 – Bassano del Grappa – Madonna di Campiglio: the Church of San Giovanni in Bassano and Canalone Miramonti (3Tre), Madonna di Campiglio
  • Stage 18 – 28/05/2020 – Pinzolo – Laghi di Cancano: Canalone Miramonti (3Tre) and the Torri di Fraele
  • Stage 19 – 29/05/2020 – Morbegno – Asti:  the Torri di Fraele and the Monument to Vittorio Alfieri 
  • Stage 20 – 30/05/2020 – Alba – Sestriere: the Torri Medievali of Alba and the Albero della Vita (Sestriere)
  • Stage 21 – 31/05/2020 – Cernusco sul Naviglio – Milano  (ITT): Villa Greppi in Cernusco sul Naviglio and the Teatro alla Scala of Milano

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