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Venice Quarantine Islands: Lazzaretto Nuovo
The plague was for centuries by far the worst possible disaster, the speed of diffusion and virulence will kill thousands in a very short time and in vast areas erasing thus whole communities. It was considered as God's wrath against sinful mankind and you could just pray the Lord and Mary and seek for one of the medical saints help so to be saved. Two huge...
The New People Mover opens in Venice
Starting from April 19th the new People Mover (Cable Car) starts service between Tronchetto main car&tourist bus terminal and Piazzale Roma Venice's main gateway. In only 7 minutes after you've dropped your car you can reach the city's main transportation hub. Service is open daily from 7am to 11pm at the cost of one euro per way. Though the...
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Cima and his works exposed in Conegliano until June 2nd 2010
in the town of Conegliano at Palazzo Sarcinelli until June 2nd 2010. Infolink http://www.cimaconegliano.it/download/Cima-da-Congliano_EN.pdf Conegliano is 1h only by train from Venice. This exhibit is a great opportunity to see a good selection of Cima’s altarpieces and other works in his native city. Cima, one of the top painters in...
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The Biennale Pavilions
The gardens of the Biennale, the International Art Exhibition first held in 1895, are the set of several pavilions built in various periods by the exhibiting countries. A number of these are of remarkable architectural interest, by important architects such as Hoffman, Rietveld, Aalto and Scarpa. Thus we have an interesting and varied group of...


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