Radiological Pavilion

The Radiological Pavilion of the old "Ospedale Principessa di Piemonte" in Bergamo has a monumental hall with two beautiful marble bas-reliefs - by local sulptor Gianni Remuzzi - of St. George slaying the dragon and Prometheus, along with other monuments of some heroes of the history of Radiology.

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  • Photos by Luca Borghi ti.supmacinu|ihgrob.l#| (May 2016), courtesy of CDP Investimenti Sgr, with the help of Armanno Cristofaro

Related items:

* Emilio Tiraboschi's memorial tablet
* Mario Timpano bas-relief
* Pierre and Marie Curie bas-relief
* Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen bas relief


Bibliography

  • Maria Mencaroni Zoppetti (a cura di), L'Ospedale nella città. Vicende storiche e architettoniche della Casa Grande di S. Marco, Fondazione per la Storia Economica e Sociale di Bergamo, Bergamo 2002, pp. 239

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