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The Jewish Ghetto
The ancient Jewish quarter of Venice was named after the old foundry (getto) that once stood here. This was the first ghetto ever created, and Jews were forced to live here from 1516 until the 1800s. Now, the large central campo i…
Murano, the island of glass
For anyone visiting Venice, a trip to the city’s largest islands is practically a must.The closest of these is Murano, which, as you approach it on the vaporetto water bus, stands against the setting of the northern lagoon, with i…
The Venice Glass Week
The magic of glass art this September.Venice is known as the city of glass, with the heart of its glass-making industry on the island of Murano where, in its fornaci – its many workshops of every shape and size – master glass-make…