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This imposing structure was built in the 1920s to generate power from Lake Ledro which is channelled through a pressurized tunnel in the rock. The architect behind the project was Giancarlo Maroni. The numen aquarum on the facade was the work of the...more
A visit to this Hydro plant proved very interesting and well worth the small entrance fee. The guide spoke excellent English and was very informed about her subject. The view from the roof results in great photos.
Although located close to the main square it fits nicely into the ambient, just below the huge hill above Riva DG. Looks impressive, would be nice to visit it inside and have a short informative tour .
We went for the night guided tour in English ( small gang of 8 ).
Impressive equipment ( old and new) in a very nice building ( 1929-30 ) with at the end a view on Riva from the terrace.
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On the face of it this seems a most unlikely tourist attraction. But for ‘him’ and ‘her’ it combines stunning 1930s architecture on a grand scale, moments of wonder in the huge blasted-out caverns and tunnels inside the foot of the mountain, and excellent interactive...More
This power station is adjacent to theharbour and could hardly be missed and it's supply pipes run down the mountain side to this rather imposing double fronted building on the other side of the road to the harbour. It had an "Open Today" sign at...More
Firstly it is not free ,15 euro for adult ,8 euro for over 65 . You will be required to leave passport/I'd in exchange for headset. Visit can only be booked/ paid on the actual day of visit.
English speaking guide very informative in giving...More
This is a free attraction . Some time ago Riva got its electricity from here buy it pumping water from Lake Garda up to a lake above in the morning and back down in the evening supplying the town with electricity . It is interesting...More