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Events Venice

Saturday 27 May 2017

Picasso sulla spiaggia -  Events Venice - Art exhibitions Venice

Picasso sulla spiaggia

Category: Art exhibitions

Time: From 26/08/2017 to 07/01/2018

The exhibition will be organized in collaboration with the Musée Picasso, Paris, and the Musée des Beaux Arts, Lyon. Gathering a selection of drawings and paintings produced between February and December 1937, it will revolve around Picasso's masterpiece La Baignade (1937) owned by Peggy Guggenheim Collection, and one of its foundress' favorite paintings. The exhibition will explore the theme of the beach, a leitmotif throughout the artist’s oeuvre: during his time spent in France in 1937, Picasso's approach to this subject matter shifted, becoming increasingly visceral and more strongly connected to Surrealism.

Where: Peggy Guggenheim Collection - Palazzo Venier dei Leoni

City: Venice

Celebration of the Madonna della Salute -  Events Venice - Shows Venice

Celebration of the Madonna della Salute

Category: Shows

Time: On 21/11/2017

The Venetians will be crossing the votive boat bridge to the Basilica in order to remember the plague of 1630. Numerous stands will accompany the crossing.
Where: Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute

City: Venice

Bridge of Sighs -  Events Venice - Places to see Venice

Bridge of Sighs

Category: Places to see

Time: all year

The Bridge of Sighs is one of the most famous and photographed bridges of Venice. Connects the Doge's Palace to the New Prisons. Built in Istria stone, baroque style, the bridge was designed by the architect Antonio Contin in the early seventeenth century by order of the Doge Marino Grimani.

In summary
Period: 1600-1603
Client: Doge Marino Grimani
Architect: Antonio Contin
Length: 11 meters

City: Venice

Saint Mark's Square -  Events Venice - Places to see Venice

Saint Mark's Square

Category: Places to see

Time: all year

Piazza San Marco is one of the most important Italian squares and was the heart of the Venetian state. To get through that, the visitor experiences a feeling of fullness and wonder. Here you will see buildings from every era and style: Renaissance Procuratie, the Byzantine Basilica, the Palazzo Ducale, a masterpiece of Venetian Gothic as well as the seat of power of the Serenissima.

In summary Length: 3,800 meters
Width: 30 to 70 meters
Average depth: 15 meters
Annual Events: Historical Regatta (first Sunday of September) and the Feast of Our Lady of Health (November 21)

City: Venice

Rialto Bridge -  Events Venice - Places to see Venice

Rialto Bridge

Category: Places to see

Time: all year

It is the oldest and most famous of the four bridges spanning the Grand Canal, the only one that existed until the nineteenth century. The work was completed in four years, in 1591. The achievement was not easy because of the audacity of the project, which with its 7.5 meters in height allow the passage of boats, and the instability of the ground. The bridge is flanked by shops on both sides and has always been a vantage point to admire the Grand Canal.

In summary
Epoca: XVI century
Length: 48 meters
Width: 22 meters
Height: 7.5 meters to light
Designer: Antonio Da Ponte

Where: Rialto

City: Venice


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