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WELCOME TO VENICE. A Capital for ART and for MICROPILES (also an art). A BRIEF HISTORY OF VENICE. BASILICA of SAN MARCO Built between XI and XV century. THE GRAND CANAL. Palazzo Pesaro – Papafava. The seat of the Venice program is Palazzo Pesaro – Papafava, a historic building

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WELCOME TO VENICE

A Capital for ART and for MICROPILES(also an art)

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BASILICA of SAN MARCO

Built between XI and XV century

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Palazzo Pesaro – Papafava

The seat of the Venice program is Palazzo Pesaro – Papafava, a historic building

which dates back to the 14th century. The palazzo is a typical example of late

Venetian-Gothic architecture and was for centuries the home of the noble Pesaro

family, whose portrait by Titian can be seen at the Frari Church.

In 1625, Pesarina Pesaro married Bonifazio Papafava and the Palazzo passed to

the powerful Papafava family that originated from the mainland.

For centuries the building was used also for cultural gatherings and even though

on your way here it may have seemed to be located out of the way, the Palazzo

is centrally located in the Rialto district and therefore a popular spot.

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MICROPILES

in

VENICE

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Old timber piles

Modern micropile reinforcement

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DANIELI HOTEL

15th Century

Restoration work

with micropiles carried

out in 1968

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Restoration work

with micropiles carried

out in 1969

MANIN PALACE

16th Century

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PONTE TRE ARCHI

17th Century

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FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2002

14:00 – 18:00 hrs

BUS TOUR TO CASAGRANDE FACTORY AT FONTANAFREDDA

  • All participants, and accompanying persons, are asked to either take a public boat or walk to Piazzale Roma where there will be two busses waiting.
  • Please leave your hotels or restaurant at 13:30 so that the busses can leave on time.
  • One bus will take delegates to the Casagrande factory where you will be accompanied on a tour of the assembly lines. We will show the manufacture of machines we make for the Geotechnical engineering industry:
  • Small bore drilling rigs and accessories, used for Micropiles, Anchors, Jet grouting, Forepoling in
  • tunnels, etc.
  • Large drilling machines for piling and diaphragm wall construction.
  • At the end of the factory tour this bus will take all delegates to Villa Manin to join the accompanying persons for a dinner at the villa offered by Casagrande.
  • The second bus will take accompanying persons from Piazzale Roma to Villa Manin for a tour
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ACCOMPANYING PERSONS

FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2002

14:00 – 18:00 hrs

TOUR OF VILLA MANIN

Villa Manin di Passariano stands at the centre of a vast agricultural holding and is

one of the most prestigious historical residences in Friuli.

The building was commissioned by the Manin family to show their wealth and their firm

allegiance to the Venetian Republic. Built in the mid-1600s on the order of Lodovico Manin I,

last of the Venetian Dodges, the majestic Villa and its evocative surroundings are some of the

most sumptuous in this noblest of Venetian provinces.

In this venture Ludvico used the help of Domenico Rossi, who was inspired by the architectural

styles of Andrea Palladio.

In 1797 the building was used by Napoleon when he signed the Campoformido treaty which

decreed the end of the Republic of Venezia.

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SATURDAY NIGHT CONCERT

1st June at 21:00

THE VIRTUOSO

of the

ENSEMBLE of VENEZIAStefano Furini - violin soloistLuciano Battoccchio - English hornWolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Adagio in So maggior KV 580 for English horn and orchestraJohann S. Bach: Concerto in Re minor BWV 1060 for violin, English hornand orchestraAntonio Vivaldi: "Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'invenzione" op. 8                "Le quattro stagioni"

Tickets cost Euro 25 per person and may be purchased before the concert

at the church. It is possible also to book seats with tickets purchased before

the concert.

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ACCOMPANYING PERSONS

THURSDAY, MAY 30, 2002

09:00 to 13:00 walking tour of Venice with an English speaking guide.

Participants are to meet in St. Mark’s square at 9:00 am in front of the two

columns facing St. Mark'sbay.

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TOWARDS MODERN ART

From Puvis de Chavannes to Matisse and Picasso

This show represents, in a new way, the birth and development of art in the 1900s:

Art which does not descend, as is generally thought today, from Manet

and the impressionists, but from a french artist, Puvis de Chavannes (1824 – 1898)

who is himself at the origin of another tradition.

Entry tickets cost € 8,50

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“LEONARDO DA VINICI’sMACHINES”

Church of S. STAE’s (shows)

S. Croce Campo di S. Stae

Actv boat: N. 1, stop at S. Stae

A show of working machines and designs of the Venetian period of Leonardo.

At the show you can see about 30 models of machines in different sizes that

are faithful reproductions of the designs contained in the Loenardian codes.

They are machines that were designed for the building industry, mechanical and

Hydraulic devices and war machines.

The machines, that are made of wood metal and cloth, are either scaled down

or real size replicas produced by expert Florentine craftsmen.