The Venetian architect Carlo Scarpa remodelled in the early 60ties the ground floor of the Palazzo Querini Stampalia. He added new elements and materials respecting the pre-existing structures using stucco panels, cement, iron elements.
Where do Venetians go to school? And where are the kindergartens? And the secondary schools? Let’s have a walk together to discover the schools, high schools and the universities in Venice. Are you ready? Let’s start our tour.
On 21st of November Venetians celebrate their most beloved festivity, Santa Maria della Salute. After the dramatic plague in 1630 an extraordinary church was built. Still today the whole city reverts in a very deeply felt pilgrimage to this spectacular dome, crossing the Grand Canal on a pontoon bridge to thank the Virgin Mary for having saved Venice and to pray for anyone to recover health.
An itinerary to discover the Giudecca island and its architectural treasures, unveiling at the same time an unexpected, authentic surprise. Michele Savorgnano has fulfilled a life-long dream of re-converting a wide and abandoned area of the island into a patch of land devoted to cultivation with vines, fruit trees, plants, flowers.