San Marco in Venice | Magnus Edizioni
The great Journey through the History and the various places of San Marco Square
The “Great Venetian”, Alvise Zorzi, with his memories, anecdotes and historical references, leads us during the great journey through the
history and the various places of San Marco Square. Mons. Antonio Meneguolo shows us the entrance in the Cathedral, to let us enjoy the beauty of the Mosaics through the exclusive photos of the new photographic campaign by Scripta Maneant, which make us admire the greatness of the “Basilica d’Oro” as never before.
Size cm 24 x 29,5
- English and Italian Language
Binding in canvas with hot gold impressions
Book Jacket in 5 colors
Slipcase in canvas with colored inserts
Alvise Zorzi Journalist, writer, narrator and “Great Venetian”, he held several institutional positions: he was the Director of Cultural
Programmes of Rai − Radiotelevisione Italiana, the Vice-President of the European Broadcasting Union and the member of the Venetian Advisory Committee of UNESCO. He is a scholar of Venetian history and culture. His volumes are translated worldwide.
Mons. Antonio Meneguolo He has been Patriarchal Delegate for thirty years for the San Marco Cathedral of Venice. He has always been committed in the valorization and protection of cultural assets in the city of Venice.
The new photos of the mosaics are by Sandro Vannini photographer.
- San Marco Square
by Alvise Zorzi
- Mosaics of San Marco
by Antonio Meneguolo
Charm of the Mosaics
The Salvation Story
- San Marco Cathedral
San Giovanni Dome
San Leonardo Dome
- San Marco Treasure
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Blue canvas binding for cover and case.
Dust jacket printed in 4 colors + blue pantone.
Hot-rolled gold foil on dust jacket and case.
Matte coated paper 170 gr.
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