500 years ago, at the end of March 1516 , after long discussions, the Venetian government decreed that all those Jews that wanted to reside in Venice had to move to a certain area in the Cannaregio district.  It consisted of a small, almost circular  island (looking ‘like a [...] Read more >  WHAT THERE IS TO SEE IN THE GHETTO OF VENICE   Out of about 20 surviving panels by the visionary Flemish painter Hieronymus Bosch 3 are in Venice. They were in the house of Cardinal Domenico Grimani (1461-1523) at Campo Santa Maria Formosa. Grimani, from a powerful family of noble merchants, was a refined  humanist, and is [...] Read more >  Hieronymus Bosch at the Accademia Galleries   SPLENDORS OF THE RENAISSANCE IN VENICE Andrea Schiavone among Parmigianino, Tintoretto and Titian Venice, Museo Correr From November 28,2015 through April 10, 2016   This is the first retrospective in Venice to be ever dedicated to Andrea Medolla, known as Schiavone, born in Zara, [...] Read more >  SPLENDORS OF THE RENAISSANCE IN VENICE
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