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Secret Venice reader µ 400 pages Î johnscyclingdiary è ❴Download❵ ➽ Secret Venice Author Thomas Jonglez – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Winner of the 2011 Independent Publisher Book Awards Gold Medal in the Travel Guidebooks category Discover the secrets of St Mark’s Basilica with not a touT miracle potion brewed in Venice from time immemorial decode the paintings of the Scuola di San Rocco applying the principles of the Jewish Kabbalah and see how Kabbalistic music influenced the construction of San Francesco della Vigna visit an unknown underground cemetery stroll through unsuspected gardens beyond the gates of palazzos and monasteries admire the extraordinary forgotten library of the Venice Seminary sleep in a su Ricco di curiosità per chi vuol conoscere una Venezia più insolita e fare tour un po diversi Utile e molto ben scritta divisa per sestriere

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Blime bedroom concealed within a palazzo go shopping in Giudecca women’s prison market play petanue in the heart of the city retreat to a wonderful lakeside monastery away from the crowds Five years of research have gone into the compilation of this exceptional guide an opportunity for all who love Venice as well as Venetians themselves to leave the beaten track far behind and rediscover the most extraordinary city in the world My plan was to flick through this book I ended up reading it cover to cover Fascinating

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Secret VeniceWinner of the Independent Publisher Book Awards Gold Medal in the Travel Guidebooks category Discover the secrets of St Mark’s Basilica with not a tourist in sight finally crack the mystery of the pillars around the Doge’s Palace take a trip on the only underground canal in Venice in search of the alchemical sculpture of the winged horse lunch at a restaurant tucked away in a lagoon fisherman’s house track down Teriaca tha Provided a fresh view of Venice that stood out among books of famous paintings and architecture Really interesting