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Looking Far to the Future: San Marco - The Basilica of Venice in the Third Millennium

Sala del Maggior Consiglio - Great Council Chamber - Photo: Cat Bauer (Venice, Italy) Power. Glory. Wealth. The sheer magnificence of the Great Council Chamber inside Palazzo Ducale is overwhelming. The immense hall was where the noblemen of the Great Council of the Venetian Republic convened, the 1,000 to 2,000 aristocrats who composed the most important political body of Venice and who were the guardians of the laws of State. The Great Council met for the first time in the Sala del Magg...
Tags: Travel, Rome, Munich, West, Venice, Istanbul, San Marco, East, Aachen, Basilica, Sala, Constantinople, Roman Empire, Hagia Sophia, University of Cologne, Venetian Republic


Looking to the Future: San Marco - The Basilica of Venice in the Third Millennium

Sala del Maggior Consiglio - Great Council Chamber - Photo: Cat Bauer (Venice, Italy) Power. Glory. Wealth. The sheer magnificence of the Great Council Chamber inside Palazzo Ducale is overwhelming. The immense hall was where the noblemen of the Great Council of the Venetian Republic convened, the 1,000 to 2,000 aristocrats who composed the most important political body of Venice and who were the guardians of the laws of State. The Great Council met for the first time in the Sala del Magg...
Tags: Travel, Rome, Munich, West, Venice, Istanbul, San Marco, East, Aachen, Basilica, Sala, Constantinople, Roman Empire, Hagia Sophia, University of Cologne, Venetian Republic


Trailer for Netflix Series Medici: The Magnificent Revealed

Trailer for Netflix series Medici: The Magnificent revealed Netflix has revealed a first look at the trailer (via Deadline) for season two of the historical anthology drama Medici. The show’s sophomore season, titled Medici: The Magnificent, stars Sean Bean (Game of Thrones, The Martian) as Jacopo de’ Pazzi and Daniel Sharman (Immortals, Teen Wolf) as Lorenzo de’ Medici. You can check out the trailer in the player below! The show’s first season, Medici: Masters of Florence, starred Richard M...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, TV News, Florence, Richard Madden, Sean Bean, Lorenzo, Sharman, Jon Cassar, ComingSoon, Pazzi, Jacopo, Sean Bean Game, Medici: The Magnificent, Daniel Sharman Immortals Teen Wolf


Prime Archery Shooters Shine at World Archery European Indoor Championships

Jacopo Polidori Prime Archery G5 Outdoors Prime MEMPHIS, Mich. -(Ammoland.com)- Prime Archery, a leading manufacturer of the most technologically advanced and highest-quality bows available, is pleased to report that Prime Archery Pro Staff (Italy) member Jacopo Polidori has won the Gold Medal in the Compound Division at the 2017 World Archery European Indoor Championships.With the new Prime STX39 V2, Polidori finished 18th in the qualification round with a score of 587 out of a possible 6...
Tags: Guns, Italy, Netherlands, Denmark, Archery, Hunt, Archery News, Competitive Shooting News, Competition Shooting, Competitive Shooting, Jacopo, Matt Grace, Prime Archery, Jacopo Polidori, Polidori, Compound Men 's Team Round


A Talk with Bertrand Bonello on Controversial Film "Nocturama": Hip Terrorism in Paris

One of the highlights of the Lisbon & Estoril Film Festival for me was the chance to speak to French film director Bertrand Bonello about his controversial film "Nocturama." "Nocturama" is about a gang of teenagers who plan and execute a terrorist attack on Paris: a series of bombs that are set off contemporaneously in various strategic parts of the city, from La Defense to the Ministry of the Interior. It has received a scattering of negative reviews, particularly in Paris, where the film came...
Tags: Europe, News, France, Paris, Bertrand Bonello, Huffington Post, Joan, Nick Cave, Samaritaine, La Defense, Karin Badt, Jacopo


Virtual Florence: religious art is ‘restored’ to its original setting

An    exhibition at the National Gallery tells the story behind some of the most remarkable examples of religious art in its collections.  Two large-scale paintings from the 14th and 15th centuries, which show scenes of the Assumption and Coronation of the Virgin, originated as altarpieces in the church in Florence called San Pier Maggiore (or Saint Peter Major, so named to distinguish it from other churches dedicated to the Apostle Peter in the city). Until recently little has been know ...
Tags: London, Russia, Cambridge, National Gallery, Cambridge University, Florence, Christ, Peter, Cooper, Creative Commons Attribution, St Peter, Fitzwilliam Museum, San Pier Maggiore, Peter Major, Pier Maggiore, Francesco Botticini