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Castelbrando: a step back into history in Veneto Hills

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Castelbrando, a real castle in Veneto     A timeless beauty, between nature, history and culture, CastelBrando, located in the heart of the Prosecco hills, between Venice and the Dolomites, a fascinating blend of eras and styles, is one of the largest and oldest castles in Europe. A castle on a mountain that does not go unnoticed. It rises on ...

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A small jewel of medieval art: the Abbey of Pomposa

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Pomposa Abbey in Emilia Romagna         Imagine a landscape of low, deserted lands, interspersed with expanses of water only apparently stagnant, but in reality quivering with life. Now imagine a dense network of canals and rivers with a slow and peaceful course. Watercourses always ready to become protagonists of terrible events and ready to return the laboriously reclaimed ...

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Dinner with a view in Venice: Sestante Osteria di Mare

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Amazing fish dinners in Venice     Sometimes it is easy to forget how lucky we are in Venice to have such a large selection of fish, among the best the Adriatic Sea has to offer. Being a seaside town, with a lagoon of its own, it is no wonder that some of the best seafood and fish products ...

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A New dining Experience in the Land of Prosecco

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A New dining Experience in the Land of Prosecco     Italy is slowly opening its doors to you again! Masks off if you stay in the open air, more and more vaccinated people: life is getting back to some kind of normality! And as summer moves along, I also am getting slowly back to live my life just ...

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Live-In-Venice Week 17/23 May 2021

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As I am looking at my screen writing this, I realize there are only few days left to what might just turn out to be the biggest Live event in Venice for 2021, Live-In-Venice Week and my heart starts racing! Oh my, the adrenalin! Will the stream work? Will the weather hold and be sunny? Will ...

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Venice and water: an almost indissoluble symbiosis!

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Water and Venice: two separate words, one image. You cannot talk about the Serene Republic of Venice and not mention the blue green water of its canals and the Venetian lagoon, subject of the most famous paintings from all times.     Water: all around and underneath it, but funny enough, not a single drop of natural fresh water ...

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