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"If Venice Dies" by Salvatore Settis - October 27, 2016

  • James Madison Memorial Building 101 Independence Avenue Southeast Washington, DC, 20540 United States (map)

A TALK BY PROFESSOR SALVATORE SETTIS

October 27, 2016 @ 3:00PM

AT THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

The Library of Congress European Division in partnership with the Embassy of Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute present If Venice Dies, a talk by Professor Salvatore Settis.

“Anyone…who has a special place for that city in their heart--they have serious responsibilities and crucial tasks ahead of them: to prove that the city’s beauty and diversity are not just cumbersome legacies of the past, but an extraordinary gift that allows us to embrace the present and an extraordinary endowment for building and securing the future.”

With a tour de force discussion on the meaning of cities, Professor Settis pleads for the survival of Venice.

LOCATION
James Madison Memorial Building
101 Independence Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20540
Dining Room A, LM-620, 6th Floor

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