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Rabarama Sculptures

Falcomata waterfront, 89100, Reggio Calabria, Italy
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Modern sculptures in front of old buildings

They cannot be missed when you walk along the Lungomare promenade called also the "most beautiful... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Olgica2015
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Novi Sad, Serbia
See them while walking the promenade Lungomare Falcomatà

While I wouldn't go far out of my way to see them, as they are alongside the Lungomare Falcomatà... read more

Reviewed June 12, 2017
GaryBrazel
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  • Excellent46%
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  • Average13%
  • Poor6%
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“ficus trees” (2 reviews)
“posing” (2 reviews)
“waterfront” (4 reviews)
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Falcomata waterfront, 89100, Reggio Calabria, Italy
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

They cannot be missed when you walk along the Lungomare promenade called also the "most beautiful kilometer of Italian coast". Nested in between large ficus trees, they create beautiful experience.

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Reviewed June 12, 2017

While I wouldn't go far out of my way to see them, as they are alongside the Lungomare Falcomatà, they are worth a look as you promenade.

Thank GaryBrazel
Reviewed January 4, 2017 via mobile

I wish we had similar outdoor art in Toronto. The artist is phenomenally talented. The scale, the designs, their presence along the promenade elevate the scene in Reggio. I enjoyed them, posing with the, and ring inspired by their design. Fantastico!

Thank Neoborg
Reviewed November 11, 2016

huge sculptures along the promenade. well executed and very interesting. very clean promenade, ancient trees and large walkways

Thank ppace1965
Reviewed July 6, 2016

Bronzi di Riace, 2500 year old 190-cm-tall male statues are sculptures that have made Reggio Calabria famous. You can visit them in newly renovated archeological museum. But near lungomare in Falcomata waterfront you can see modern day counterparts to those antique statues. A Roman female...More

Thank Jari J
Reviewed July 6, 2016

Walking along the promenade, you don't expect to see such sculptures in Italy. BUT, they are refreshingly interesting and fun to enjoy.

Thank TLB269
Reviewed June 29, 2016

Great sculptures! It is in Lungomare Falconata, but the place is a little dirty... take a look at then when you are walking in Lungomare.

Thank Alexandra D
Reviewed June 3, 2016 via mobile

The visit started in a warm and sunny day,the place is by the river close to Mammola (where you can eat an amazing sword fish! You gotta try it there!) The park is big ,so be prepared to walk,the visit starts at the top of...More

1  Thank Haidy119
Reviewed May 22, 2016

Went to Regio Calabria with relatives & walked along the waterfront on. sunny SundY afternoon. These sculptures had to the atmosphere of the area. Worth a look if you are in the area.

Thank Paddy1954
Reviewed January 5, 2016 via mobile

These very modern sculptures are set in one of the most beautiful seashores in Italy. You cannot miss them. They are very intriguing and interesting and also beautifully crafted.

Thank Ratko_Vranes
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