March 26th was a day dedicated to the main museums and artistic sites in my city and surrounding.
That’s why I decided to get back to the dismissed disco ”Woodpecker” in Milano Marittima, near Ravenna.
It formerly was a disco built in 1966 by Filippo Monti, the architect that planned the building and dispositions. It was a revolutionary building at the time, divided in different pools filled with water, and a big dome covered the dance floor.
Unluckily the disco was closed in 1975 after a big fire destroyed some parts of the building.
Now it is an abandoned place. I explored it two years ago and took some crappy pictures of the amazing graffiti inside the dome, done by the great Italian street artist Blu.
I got back some weeks ago and took some better pictures.