This post, combines both images of her and quotes she made; during her stay in Venice. It provides some insight, into her life in Venice, her relationships and her views on collecting art.
This post describes the surviving evidence and locations of this important trade; that still can be seen today.
These fitments on old wood and metal doors, contribute to the unique character of this historic city.
Writer and Artist, was an English critic of art, architecture and society; who was a gifted painter and a distinctive writer of polemical prose, seeking to cause widespread cultural and social change.
The terminal links the historic city of Venice to the mainland via the “Ponte della Libertà” road bridge. It is located on the south bank of the Grand Canal, close to its western end; in the district of Santa Croce.
In the historic centre of Venice, it is one of the city’s two railway stations. The other, “Venice Mestre” is a mainline junction station on the Metropolitan city’s, mainland district of Mestre.
A great starting point to develop your understanding and enjoyment of this historic city and its lagoon environment. If you are planning a trip, or on limited time once there; this post will maximise your appreciation and enjoyment of this unique aquatic city.
Cuisine of the Veneto This is post covers the traditional cuisine of the Veneto, its wine districts and most popular drinks. The area is divided into seven regions namely: Venezia (Venice), Belluno, Roviga, Treviso, Padua, Verona and Vincenza. Veneto's cuisine, can...
Built by the Grimani brothers in 1677, it was first known as the theatre of S. Giovanni Grisostomo.
This 16th century Venetian building in High Renaissance style, once housed the mint of the Republic of Venice. It played a vital part in the city’s development and success; by developing innovative financial instruments