Venice is speaking to us in symbols. For example, do you know why two lamps are always lit in the southern wing of the Doge’s Palace? Even at night, when nobody is there? We’ll tell you this story in our next post :-) but now, you are going to read about the symbol of celebrating
The Lagoon is a gem in green and blue, and sometimes, in grey. Yet, beyond beauty and colors, she is a living organism to be valued, even more so in our times. She has been home to three ancient cultures, feeding the colorful settlements they built, called Le Venetie, the small Venices, since the year 2100 BC.
Claiming that Venice still looks the as same she did in the 15th century is easy and true, but there’s one severe limitation. Our claim only applies to how Venice looks during the day. For the night, it’s a totally different story, and we can safely say that we cannot imagine what Venice looked like