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Moleria Locchi: invisible wounds and transparent beauty

French poet Sully Proudhomme (1901 Nobel prize in Literature) ended his famous “Le vase brisé” (“The Broken Vase”) with these beautiful verses: “Though to...

Outside the box with Ercole Barovier

Ercole Barovier (1889-1974) worked outside the box: no standard definition could really fit his professional and artistic profile. He was not like the many other...

Carlo Scarpa’s glass plates

In 1951, Carlo Scarpa was praised by no less than the great architect Frank Lloyd Wright, who happened to visit the Venini glass furnace...

Vetrate d’Arte Giuliani

In the atelier of the Vetrate d’Arte Giuliani, the knowledgeable hands of craftsmen make glass with the same grace of musicians playing their instruments....

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The Great War Museum: history at high altitude

Author: Barbara PalladinoTranslation by Michelle NebioloOn the top of the Marmolada, at 3,000 meters of altitude, you’ll find the Marmolada Great War...

Palazzo Giordano Apostoli: neo-gothic inspiration

Palazzo Giordano Apostoli is located in Sassari’s central Piazza d’Italia. It was built by will of Giuseppe Giordano Apostoli in 1877, in...

Move To The Top takes you to the roof of the Dolomites

Author: Barbara PalladinoTranslation by Michelle Nebiolo On 4 July 2020, the cableway to Malga Ciapèla will re-open. Its short,...

Tenute La Montina, the realm of Franciacorta

Author: Barbara PalladinoTranslation by Michelle NebioloTenute La Montina is located in Monticelli Brusati (BS), in the north-east of Franciacorta, next to an ample...