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Two lectures: Venetian Ship Relics and Dante and Music 

The UNESCO Office in Venice opens its doors to two public conferences on underwater and artistic heritage entitled “Venetian Ship Relics: from Venice to Ireland" and “Dante and Music". 

The lecture entitled  "Venetian Ship Relics: from Venice to Ireland" (I relitti delle navi Veneziane: da Venezia all’Irlanda) is part of a series of public lectures organized by Mr M. Zaggia, President of the Club UNESCO of Venice and hosted by UNESCO-BRESCE (UNESCO Office in Venice – UNESCO Regional Bureau for Science and Culture in Europe). The guest speaker is Carlo Beltrame, professor of Maritime Archaeology at the University of Venice-Cà Foscari.

1st February, 4–7 p.m. 

“Dante and Music" (“Dante e la Musica”) is the subject of the February's installment  in the series of public lectures organized by Mrs. Tamiozzo Goldmann of the Venice Chapter of the Dante Alighieri Society and is hosted by UNESCO-BRESCE. The guest speaker is Professor Guarnier, who teaches Italian literature at the University of Venice-Cà Foscari.

23 February, 5.30-7 pm





Start Date 23 Feb 2007
End Date 23 Feb 2007
Event Type Lectures
Event Location Palazzo Zorzi, Venice, Italy
Website (URL) UNESCO Office Venice
Email r.santesso@unesco.org

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