Ravenna: TAMO

The TAMO museum in Ravenna opened its doors in 2012. TAMO is an acronym for Tutta l’Avventura del Mosaico, or ‘the complete adventure of the mosaic’. Everyone know that the city of Ravenna is famous for her mosaics, most of which date from the fifth and sixth century. TAMO focusses…

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Ravenna: TAMO

Het interessante museum TAMO opende in 2012 zijn deuren in Ravenna. TAMO staat voor Tutta l’Avventura del Mosaico, oftewel ‘het gehele avontuur van het mozaïek’. Het behoeft uiteraard geen betoog dat de stad Ravenna beroemd is om haar mozaïeken, waarvan de meeste van de vijfde en zesde eeuw dateren. TAMO…

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Bardolino: San Severo

On the edge of Bardolino’s small centre, we find the Romanesque church of San Severo. This church should not be confused with the church of San Nicolò e San Severo situated in the centre itself. The latter is a neo-classicist monstrosity that visitors to Bardolino should really skip. The San…

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