Friday, April 15, 2011

Many Flags

28th TAN, Foreign Navies parade, LivornoOn the last thursday of the trophy, the representants of the foreign Navies present at the TAN take part in a parade across town.28° TAN, parata Marine Estere, LivornoThe Navy band was playing all along for the joy of the many kids from the local elementary schools.28th TAN, Foreign Navies parade, LivornoAfter a walk along “Via Grande” the delegations arrived in “Piazza del Municipio” (Town Hall Square) for a simple ceremony.28th TAN, Foreign Navies parade, LivornoA lot of colorful national flags were displayed on the staircase of Town Hall for a souvenir photo.28th TAN, Foreign Navies parade, LivornoAn then there was only one: the Italian Navy flag.

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17 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

Great pictures VP. I love parades.

Anzu said...

I'm glad to see 日の丸。
Thank you (*'ー'*)♪

ρομπερτ said...

peaceful waters for them all.


please have a good friday.

daily athens

Theanne and Baron said...

An interesting event and great photos!

Randy said...

Very colorful event.

Doug Hickok said...

I like the feel of pomp and circumstance, and the bright colors. Wonderful images.

Halcyon said...

I like all the flags. Must have been a nice parade.

Kaori said...

I remember your photos from last years event Seeing all the flags lined up is just lovely! What a great parade :-)

Dina said...

Seeing all the flags together makes me understand just how many countries took part in the TAN.
Beautiful happy pictures.

Gunn said...

Thanks for sharing!
-Have a nice weekend!

Nori said...

Japan's was there!

Traveling Hawk said...

I think it was an interesting event and offered good subjects for photographers like you, VP!

joo said...

It's always fun to watch parade:)

JM said...

Really colourful!

EG Wow said...

The flags are so colourful displayed together. Everyone loves a parade!

Cezar and Léia said...

Wonderful reportage VP, very well done and wow I love the Italian flag, it's beautiful!
Happy weekend,
Léia

Steffe said...

Never seen such a parade in my country. Some good photos here.