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  1. Venetians stopped celebrating Carnival after the fall of the Republic of Venice in the late s. The modern revival began in the 20th century; millions of people travel to Venice every year for the Carnival festivities. Venice is not the only Italian city to celebrate Carnival, of course.
  2. Things to do near Carnival of Venice. Photour Venice; Torre dell'Orologio; Associazione Assoguide Veneto; Il Merletto; Private Guide in Venice; Palazzo della Zecca; Colonna di San Marco e San Teodoro; La Scuola degli Albanesi a San Maurizio a Venezia; Portrait of the Four Tetrarchs; Loggetta del Sansovino; Blue Venice Tours; ANDREA TOUR GUIDE; Arte Moderna Ravagnan/5().
  3. This is Venice’s Carnival, a time for all kinds of worldly pleasures. From feasts of indulgent food and drink, to masked disguises and the rowdiest parties of the year, this celebration lasts for several weeks in February and March, ending with Martedi Grasso, or Mardi Gras, which marks the beginning of Lent.
  4. Carnival of Venice With this video clip we finish our ° video series of one of the most famous cities in the World — Venice. Italy is the motherland of carnivals and one of the cities that first held these colorful celebrations is Venice. Later on the idea of carnivals spread out through the world.
  5. Feb 03,  · Venice Carnival Thousands of tourists come to Venice to see and take part in its magnificent Carnival; walking round in fancy dress in this city's magical scenery means taking part in a truly exceptional happening.4/5(K).
  6. The Carnival of Venice (Italian: Carnevale di Venezia) is an annual festival held in Venice, Italy. This festival is well-known for its elaborate masks. History of Venice Carnival Carnival of Venice was most probably started from a victory of the Venice Republic against the Patriarch of Aquileia in In honor of this victory, the people [ ].
  7. Another typical mask of the Venice Carnival is the Gnaga, used by men to dress up as women. The costume consists of every day female clothing and a mask with cat-like appearance; the mask wearer often carried a basket containing a kitten and posed as a .

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