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acqua alta

Acqua Alta in Venice – Marisa speaks!


Sunday, November 17, 2019

Since Tuesday 12th November 2019, the mood in Venice is sad and gloomy! People are trying to pick up the pieces: cleaning up, counting the damages and trying to understand how to get back on their feet!   Ph by Marisa Convento But the water keeps coming. The high exceptional high tides do not stop! In the meantime people ...

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Venice Biennale Free Collateral Events

Venice Biennale Free Collateral Events


Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Venice Biennale Free Collateral Events How to visit the palaces of Venice Have you ever found yourself wandering around the streets of Venice, looking up at the magnificent centuries old building, wondering what they really look like on the inside? You can get a taste of it, generally, if you are spending your holiday in Venice in one ...

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Letizia Battaglia: photo exhibition not to be missed in Venice


Saturday, June 8, 2019

Tre Oci by Antonella Cecconi A few days ago, during a beautiful event in Val di Chiana in Tuscany, which I will be talking about soon on other posts, I had the pleasure of meeting the freelance journalist Antonella Cecconi and the photographer & video maker Marco De Felicis. As you say in English, we immediately ...

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Palazzo Fortuny in Venice

The Fortuny – A Family Story – Palazzo Fortuny Venice


Saturday, May 11, 2019

The Fortuny - A Family Story at Palazzo Fortuny Venice   Palazzo Fortuny in Venice   A few months ago a dear friend, Nancy Heckler from the USA, on one of her visits to Venice, mentioned she had just brought her mother’s dress to Palazzo Fortuny. Of course I was immediately intrigued by it: what was so important ...

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valsanzibio

A Mystical Walk In the Garden of Valsanzibio


Tuesday, April 30, 2019

The Monumental Gardens of Valsanzibio     Venice, the city on water, was a sovereign state and one of the four maritime republics in North-eastern Italy, existing for over a millennium between the 8th century and the 18th century. At times, its jurisdiction extended all along Dalmatia, further into Northern Italy and across many Mediterranean and Aegean islands, including ...

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Maurice Marinot - Le Stanze del Vetro

What to see in Venice: Le Stanze del vetro


Sunday, April 14, 2019

Maurice Marinot Le Stanze del vetro a Venezia / The Glass Rooms in Venice A new exhibition is on at the moment on the island of San Giorgio in Venice in collaboration with the Museum of Decorative Arts of Paris (MAD): Maurice Marinot Il Vetro 1911-1934 / The Glass 1911-1934 On show here in Venice, for the first time ...

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