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Monday, June 25, 2012

Known as “La serenissima,” the most serene Republic of Venice marries beauty and inspiration like few places in the world. Famous for its glassworks, architecture, visual art and yes, its gondolas, Venice has inspired composers from Vivaldi to Wagner.

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Doris Zambrano

Bill Mclaughlin should know that La Fenice Theatre in Venice was rebuilt, to mixed reviews, and inaugurated again in 2003. Since then, that I know, it hasnt burned down.

Jun. 29 2012 11:42 PM

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