In episode #30 Monica is talking to Alessandro Marzo Magno, Venetian writer & journalist about the history and anecdotes of Venice. Graduated in Venetian history at the University of Venice, he is the author of 20 books and has edited other volumes of essays. With the air of a reporter and with the rigor of the historian, Alessandro took me on an exciting walk through the centuries to reconstruct the history that led some islets of the Adriatic lagoon to dominate the middle of the Mediterranean for centuries, and beyond.

Discover the captivating allure of Venice as we delve into its rich history and enchanting anecdotes in our latest podcast episode. From its humble beginnings as a bustling trading port to becoming a symbol of artistic and architectural marvels, we’ll take you on a journey through time. Explore the mysterious canals, iconic landmarks, and the cultural significance of this remarkable city. Whether you’re planning a trip or simply fascinated by history, join us and immerse yourself in the captivating tales of Venice. Don’t miss out, tune in to our podcast now and embark on an audio adventure through the Venice’s captivating past.

You can find Alessandro on www.alessandromarzomagno.it    and on all social medias as alessandromarzomagno.

I hope you will enjoy our chat!

 

 

 

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