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Venetian Waters Hosting AMERICA’S CUP

According to local newspapers, it may be the biggest crowded event in history ever to watch a yacht race basked in the sunshine of the Venice waters. The America`s Cup World Series fleet raced on the Grand Canal. Some of the best sailors in the world were racing last Saturday on what is usually one … Continue reading

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Paolo Ventura- Venice Cold and Silent

Paolo Ventura was Born in Milan in 1968. He grew up into the fashion world, and today is in the limelight on the contemporary art scene. He exhibited his photos into the overcrowded Italian Pavillon at the Venice Biennale 2011.  Through his gorgeous shots , in the midway between a Friedrich’s foggy painting and a … Continue reading

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If Thomas Mann Was Still Alive

Maybe, in my life, I traveled a little bit, and I saw some dj playing in different cities and in several locations; but nothing compares to Venice. Yes, because when the future meets the past, the result is the present. Venice is not just a tour on a “gondola” or afternoons spent visiting magnetic museums, but also sound, live music, … Continue reading

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COLLAPSE CELEBRATION

Last  Wednesday April 25th in Venice has been time to celebrate not only the Patron of the City – St. Mark- but also the Italian Independence Day (Liberazione after the 2nd World War). It was the Centenary of the St- Mark’s Bell Tower reconstruction,  here known as “the Master of the house”  (paron de caxa … Continue reading

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Street Art in Venice

Everyday, when I walk to school, I cross a bridge near Fontego dei Tedeschi, where there is a wonderful example of street art. This form of contemporary art is particularly suggestive in Venice- considering the contrast between old palaces and new styles. So I became more interested in this and I searched more examples around the city. … Continue reading

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The Other Venice

If   you  really  have romance  and  rock-and-roll  in  your  heart,  you  will love  Serenissima  for  ever! Timeless and magical, creative and baroque, the city refuses to rest on its past glory. Space is simply duplicated and arranged in mirrored reflections, like a chessboard- the canals, piles, small streets, quays, boats, squares, bridges, wells, and even … Continue reading