Venice, the Jews and the Europe 1516-2016 is a journey of 500 years from the construction of first Jews Ghetto to the hard re-integration of Jews during the ‘900. The exhibit is set up in Palazzo Ducale, composed by 10 thematic and chronologic sections in the rooms of Doge’s apartments.
The art of Murano and perfumes have always characterized the Venice identity, so, the Museum Mocenigo, that already has an excellent itinerary dedicated to the perfumes world, has organized a exhibit in order to tell the connection between the essences world and the Murano glass one.
Movie lovers can’t loose the 73rd Venice International Film Festival. The festival is organised by Biennale and takes place in Venice from 31° august to 10° September.
Until the 21° August the Natural History Museum of Venice will host an exhibit about the ancient civilization of Dogon. The exposed items come from an Italian private collector who, in the ’60 years, explored for long time the Bandiagara lands, discovering the great hand-crafted ability of this population.
Sunday 17° July don’t miss the famous Regatta of Redeemer! The celebrations won’t finish on Saturday, but keep on with the traditional Regatta in the Canal of Giudecca!
Since the beginning of 1300 citizens begin to organize rowing races on gondolas or traditional boats of that epoch, few years later the races took name of Regatta. The races become object of local culture belongs to the Venetian culture to which Venetian are sentimentally tied. Obviously the most famous is the Historical Regatta, but there are many widespread over the lagoon.
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