Venice’s Wetlands: Mosaics, Fish & Colors
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    A lagoon drop in a glass bubble. Paolo Andrich, one of the ten inhabitants of the island of Torcello, holds it with care. The artwork was design by his uncle, Lucio Andrich, an eclectic artist. Paolo, a urban … Read More

Venice, Fish & Bike
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  Biking in Venice is forbidden. Yet, there are two islands in its lagoon where you can bike around. One is Sant’Erasmo. Sant’Erasmo is pure countryside, sea and land in one, a vaste of fields and vineyards, few scattered houses, … Read More

Venice, Walk & Row
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  Since its early days, Venice was designed to be experienced from the water. Yet, from the 14th century on it has been progressively acquiring a fascinating ‘land perspective’. Now, an intricate maze of winding streets almost outclasses the labirynth of … Read More

“Scuole”: The Hidden Treasures of Venice
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                    Learn the history of Venice from a “bottom-up” perspective. Away from the rooms of the power (the Doge’s Palace, the Church and the square of St Mark ) one can … Read More

Titian & Tintoretto: The Power of Images
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  Tintoretto worked in the Scuola Grande di San Rocco for over 20 years. He staged the Passion of Jesus like no one before him. The powerul paintings by this extraordinary visionary artist will surprise you immensely. Titian, Tintoretto’s older … Read More