Milan has such delicate work in their streetlights, they are a pleasure to view!
Below are some of the less ornate street lights that serve regular neighborhoods by lighting the sidewalks.
This first picture shows the eagles and lights on Orlov Most, which means Eagles’ Bridge. Four bronze statues such as this one (you can see a second in the back) which “guard” the bridge five it its name. The bridge, constructed in 1891, spans the Perlovska River in downtown Sofia.
Other street lights in Orlov Most Square are shown below.
is in front of none other than the Venetian Hotel. They look much like the streetlights from Venice! (Sorry, I have no Venetian street lights on the blog, but I do have some in the book.)
This street light as a whole and in context is shown below.
Other nearby street lights carry the same theme.
The front of the Raphael Hotel on Ward Parkway
The driveway into the Raphael Hotel on Ward Parkway (looking away from the hotel)
The Broadway bridge across Brush Creek across from the Raphael Hotel (heading toward Country Club Plaza. The light was erected in 1912 by the Board of Public Works.
The Rockhill Bridge over Brush Creek. There was no information about when this was erected.
Do you enjoy looking at photos of street lamps? Then you will enjoy the book, Street Lights of the World. Check it out on Amazon! Enjoy over 200 pages of street lamps.
The photo was taken at dusk on July 20, 2013 waiting for the Iron Heritage Festival fireworks over the Susquehanna River.