L'eleganza e il fascino dell'architettura palladiana e opere del Tintoretto e Palma il Giovane. The elegance and charm of palladian architecture and Tintoretto's paintings e Palma il Giovane.
The Chiesa del Santissimo Redentore (English: Church of the Most Holy Redeemer), commonly known as Il Redentore, is a 16th-century Roman Catholic designed by the architect Andrea Palladio.
“S.a.L.E. Docks is an independent space for arts and politics initiated in 2007 by a group of activists who decided to occupy an abandoned salt-storage docks in the heart of Venice. S.a.L.E. Docks is run by cultural workers, artists, and students. S.a.L.E. Docks aims to reverse the processes that privatize the art commons, mainly by addressing a series of open problems: the relationship between cultural capital and endemic precariousness, the neoliberal use of art as a device to capture critical imagination and thinking, and the link between are art, finance, real estate and gentirfication. S.a.L.E. maintains two different dynamics: facilitating collaboration between local artists, citizens, ”
“Venezia è immersa in un ambiente naturale di straordinaria bellezza, abitato da numerose specie di uccelli, con barene colorate di limonium nella stagione. Si può attraversarla in vaporetto andando a Burano o Torcello ma meglio in una piccola barca.”
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“This is in front of my flat, but you have to cross the laguna south, take the boat to Giudecca Palanca (5 min). This is Fortuny a factory of historical fabrics. If you are interesting about design, costumes or tapestry, you must visit this showroom. You can visit also the garden if you are a group. But reserve before. ”
“The Venetian Arsenal (in Italian, Arsenale di Venezia) was the heart of the Venetian naval industry from the thirteenth century. It is related to the most flourishing period of the life of the Serenissima: thanks to the massive ships built there, Venice through the centuries was able at the beginning to control the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea (to safeguard the economic interest of its merchants) and later to compete with the Turks for the control of the Aegean and the Adriatic.”