I Vetri a Lume di Amadi
Casa di Goldoni
Venetian playwright Carlo Goldoni (1707–93) mastered second and third acts: he was a doctor’s apprentice before switching to law, which...
Chiesa di San Polo
Travellers pass this modest 9th-century Byzantine brick church without guessing that major dramas unfold inside. Under the carena di...
This soaring Italian-brick Gothic church features marquetry choir stalls, Canova's pyramid mausoleum, Bellini's achingly sweet Madonna...
Where bullfights were once held by rowdy Austrians, the city now hosts open-air movies, concerts and theatre performances from July to...
Trattoria da Ignazio
Dapper white-jacketed waiters serve pristine grilled lagoon fish, fresh pasta and desserts made in-house (‘of course’) with a proud...
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I Vetri a Lume di Amadi information
Glass menageries don’t get more fascinating than the one created before your eyes by Signor Amadi. Fierce little glass crabs approach pink-tipped sea anemones, and glass peas spill from a speckled pea pod. You might be tempted to swat at eerily lifelike glass mosquitoes, and the outlines of galloping horses in blue glass would do Picasso proud.