This is all very exciting--what is was, what they have done with it.Amazing pictures.
This place must be wonderful to visit. I love the arches, the stonework and the light. You captured them nicely. It is good that the building has been preserved.
Fascinating!! Neat place.
Lindo lugar e belas fotos!
It must have been fun to tour around in there!
It looks like a fascinating place!
Fascinating! What an amazing museum and, of course, I love your captures! Great post for the day as always, JM! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!Sylvia
What an interesting place to explore. I kept staring at the photos trying to understand where the light is coming from. It looks like illuminated glass blocks on the floor.
Almost unbelievable! They have really done a great job here.
I love the reflections in this shots!
Não conheço, tenho de lá irAbraço
How very cool! And I'll bet it was somewhat cool down there. Looks to be in pretty good shape for being so old. Wonder why they call it the "Patriarcal Reservoir"? 'Cause it's the "father" of all reservoirs? :-)Your photos are wonderful...I especially the colors and feeling of depth in the first one.
High arches always look elegant, but that floor is really something else! (Do you have a new camera or lens, JM?)
What great photos JM, it looks very cool down there, was it actually so?
Magnifique endroit, très bien restauré me semble-t-il. Il donne envie d'y aller - souvent !
Essas colunas são maravilhosas, adoraria visitar esse museu.E suas fotos estão super lindas!Léia
I've never been in one of this old reservoirs but I know there is one in Sydney somewhere.
Wow, wonderful pictures. And how amazing that it is under the pond.Have a great new week.
Achei muito interessante o aproveitamento do lugar para o Museu. Excelente espaço cultural.
Under the pon, you say. Amazing!!! Very cool looking. MB
It looks a lovely space - I'd enjoy that exhibition. Your photo is so well-composed.
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