Venise Carnaval


Of all the holidays in Italy, the carnival was the most popular. All Europe, eager for pleasures, invaded the town of the Doges. Carnival is above all a malpractice of the speechless, one hides behind a mask to entice fantasy, desire or mockery. At the time when Venice was attached to the realm of Italy, the carnival disappeared. It was necessary to wait 1970 for it to return at the initiative of students and worried storekeepers to restore a cheerfulness in the city. Make-up, masks and suits resurfaced to make it one of the most beautiful carnivals of the world.

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