Tag Archives: Campo San Maurizio

Casanova Gets Two New Houses

Palazzo Zaguri, which has been under scaffolding for the last few years, is finally reopening–as a museum and exhibit space. It will also have a large library and bookstore. It’s located in Campo San Maurizio, not far from Campo Santo … Continue reading

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Venetian Rabbit?

Okay, who can come up with the best name for this creature?¬†It resembles a rabbit, but not quite like any rabbit I’ve ever encountered! He’s so skinny and long-legged, and where is his bushy tail? Is this guy a cousin … Continue reading

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Quattro Minuti con Casanova: Baffo’s House

On a windy day, my friend Adriano filmed this episode of Quattro Minuti con Casanova in Campo San Maurizio. Giorgio Baffo, (1694-1768) writer of licentious¬†poems, was also a mentor and friend to Giacomo Casanova. Here at his house, the Palazzo … Continue reading

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