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the Tuscan poet Aretino defined in a letter of 1537 to Sansovino the Scuola Grande della Misericordia as the “corintha machina“. This amazing former confraternity reopened a few years ago its doors after a successful long and expensive restorationread more
History of a Venetian palace and of the Armenian community that has been present in Venice for centuries.
A visit to the palace is a perfect start on an unusual itinerary in search of Armenian traces in Venice.
First of all, don’t freak out! High tide in Venice is a natural phenomenon that always happened in the city. Venetians are used to it and we are prepared!! The flooding season is usually in winter, from October to March.read more
Professor Giuseppe Jona: a remarkable example of a Venetian citizen during a dark period in the 20th century
Professor Giuseppe Jona was a remarkable Venetian citizen in a dark period. After having graduated in Medicine at the University of Padua, he worked as a physician at the Venetian hospital, he taught Pathological Anatomy in Padua, he became a Chief Physician in Anatomy and Medicine in Venice, he was President of the Ateneo Veneto and in 1940 President of the Jewish community.read more
Mariano Fortuny was a multifaceted versatile talented person and had a vast eclectic culture. He was a fashion and costume designer, an inventor, a photographer with a skilled eye and created many lamps, fabrics and garments. He spent many decades of his life in Venice, in Palazzo Pesaro degli Orfei, and purchased a former convent area with garden on the Giudecca island for his factory bringing it back to liferead more
The Grimani Palace is one of the most interesting places in Venice for those who love Renaissance art, as the Palace has a rich frescoed decoration, inspired by mythological episodes based on The Metamorphoses by the famous Latin poet Ovidread more
Beyond knowledge: the parallel paths, and bridges, reserved for your “beyond-story” … Getting lost in a maze of experiencesread more
The urban structure of Venice can be disorientating as it is similar to a true maze of narrow alleys, canals and bridges. However, every street will eventually lead to a wide open space: the campo, the focal point of Venetian communal life. Let us learn more about the history and the functioning of the largest campo in Venice, Campo San Poloread more
The Venetian language is an important part of the identity of Venice and of its cultural heritage.
It’s been spoken for hundreds of years in everyday life and it boasts a literary tradition of its own.
The campo in Venice has always been the centre of communal life: the place where you can meet people, where children play, the site of a market, with its church and the bell tower. Learn more about the functioning of Campo Sant’Angelo in Venice, curiosities and historical notesread more