At Home with Venetia in Kyoto season 1 episode 26 A natural life. Each week, Venetia tends to the herb garden of her rural home, makes handmade gift for her friends, and visits one of the artisans who live in Kyoto. Venetian literature is the corpus of literature in Venetian, the vernacular language of the region which roughly corresponding to Venice from the 12th century. In his villas, the owner shall permit the control over production activities of the surrounding countryside by structuring the functional parts, such as porch, close to the central body. What you don't know about Venetia is that she is quite the opposite of what she appears in the show. [12] Nominell beträgt das Pro-Kopf-BIP 30.800 €. Die Region grenzt im Osten an Friaul-Julisch Venetien, im Nordwesten an Trentino-Südtirol, im Westen an die Lombardei und im Süden an die Emilia-Romagna. Venice - Wikipedia Zillow has 70 homes for sale in Venetia PA matching. The Battle of the Piave River prevented their troops from advancing further and was celebrated in La Leggenda del Piave. 1n 1996 she and her husband Tadashi Kajiyama moved to Ohara a … Es wurde gebaut in 2010. [67][68] It is made from the glera grape, a white grape formerly known as Prosecco,[69] which is traditionally grown in an area near Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, in the hills north of Treviso. The Amarone della Valpolicella, a wine from the hills around Verona, is made with high-selected grapes and is among the more expensive red wines in the world. Venetia is a British lady who moved to Japan 38 years ago. Hide ads with VIP : At Home with Venetia in Kyoto season 1 episode 5 The White Winter : Find episode on: AD . Starting in 568 AD, the Lombards crossed the Julian Alps. Radicchio rosso di Treviso (PGI) is a peculiar vegetable with a faintly bitter taste and a crunchy texture. The delta and the lagoon are a stopping-point for migratory birds. The main agricultural products include maize, green peas, vegetables, apples, cherries, sugar beets, forage, tobacco, hemp. Then she visits a maker of the classical Nishijin-ori textile, hand-woven to this day. the medieval Maritime Republic of Venice—was often popularly called the "Republic of Music", and an anonymous Frenchman of the 17th century is said to have remarked that "In every home, someone is playing a musical instrument or singing. In May 2020, the discovery of a well-preserved Roman mosaic floor dating to the 3rd century AD buried underneath a vineyard at Negrar is reported after about a century of searching the site of a long-lost villa.[22][23][24][25]. Veneto is the 8th largest region in Italy, with a total area of 18,398.9 km2 (7,103.9 sq mi). See more ideas about venetia, kyoto, world tv. Bis Anfang der 1970er Jahre war das arme Venetien ein ausgesprochenes Auswanderungsland. [31][32][33] According to organisers, turnout was 63.2% (2.36 million voters) and 89.1% of participants (56.6 of all eligible voters) voted yes. APPS. Perspective played a central role in Tiepolo's representations, and was forced beyond the usual limits in his ceiling decorations depicting levitating figures viewed from below. The site was given its present name. Mittelständische und exportorientierte Betriebe entlang der Autobahnverbindung Mailand-Verona-Venedig (Autostrada Serenissima) sind das Rückgrat der Industrie und der Wirtschaft der Region. Each town, often every quarter, has its patron saint whose feast day is solemnly celebrated. Kyoto (/ ˈ k j oʊ t oʊ /; Japanese: 京都, Kyōto [kʲoꜜːto] ()), officially Kyoto City (京都市, Kyōto-shi, [kʲoːtoꜜɕi] ()), is the capital city of Kyoto Prefecture in Japan.Located in the Kansai region on the island of Honshu, Kyoto forms a part of the Keihanshin metropolitan area along with Osaka and Kobe.As of 2018, the city had a population of 1.47 million. Otherwise they will be shown using the series' origin language. The city of Vicenza and the Palladian Villas of Veneto were inscribed in 1994 (extended in 1996). Bibione, Eraclea and Sottomarina are resorts too. Zu unterscheiden sind die Lega Nord, die inzwischen den Regionalpräsidenten Venetiens stellt und deren Ziel die Schaffung einer autonomen „padanischen“ Nation in Nord- und Mittelitalien ist, und diverse Bewegungen, die das Padanien-Konzept ablehnen und sich für ein autonomes Venetien in seinen historischen Grenzen einsetzen (Venetischer Nationalismus). [77], The city and its lagoon were inscribed in 1987. and a great- granddaughter of Edward Stanley, 3rd Earl of Derby. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Send Email More Comment Spritz, in the Venetian language also called "spriss" or "spriseto" depending on the area, usually consists of ⅓ sparkling wine , 1/3 of Aperol and 1/3 of sparkling water. With a population of 271,367 (census estimate 1 January 2004). Over time, the Veneti began to adopt the dress and certain other customs of their Celtic neighbours. Conventionally they extend from the Adige river in the west to the Piave valley (Pieve di Cadore) in the east. At Home with Venetia in Kyoto is a program on NHK World. Artists of the successive phase included Giorgione, Titian, Sebastiano del Piombo and Lorenzo Lotto. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Send Email More Comment. This is the political background in which the Liga Veneta was launched in 1980. The Middle Ages stimulated the creation of monumental works such as the complex of churches on the island of Torcello, in the Venetian lagoon, with the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta founded in 639, its bell tower erected in the 11th century and the adjacent Martyrium of Santa Fosca built around the 1100, notable for the mosaics. Subsequently, the literary production in Venetian undergoes a period of decline following the collapse of the Republic of Venice, succeeding anyway during the 20th century to reach peaks with wonderful lyrical poets such as Biagio Marin of Grado. Though its importance has been decreasing for the past 20–30 years, agriculture continues to play a significant role in the regional economy. On the heels of the Huns came the Ostrogoths who not only invaded, but also settled down in the region, especially near Treviso where the penultimate king Totila was born.[14]. Verona was inscribed in the year 2000. The Republic became a commercial superpower and its influence lasted through the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The plain itself is subdivided into the higher plain (gravel-strewn and not very fertile) and the lower plain (rich in water sources and arable terrain). Zu den wichtigsten Unternehmen in der Gegend von Treviso gehören Electrolux und DeLonghi. Twitter. Mar 14, 2012 - Soothing, relaxing eco-friendly show from Ohara Japan. A distinctive characteristic of the Pre-alps are the cave formations, including chasms and sink holes; the Spluga della Preta, situated in the Monte Lessini chain in the province of Verona, has an explored depth of 985 m (3,232 ft), being the deepest cave in Italy. Somewhat confusingly there are multiple Villas Pisani, including two by Palladio. Most of Palladio's surviving villas lay outside the site. NHK. The territory soon reverted to Napoleon in 1801. The Via Claudia would be completed in AD 46 to connected Altinum, Tarvisium (modern Treviso), Feltria (modern Feltre), and Tridentum (modern Trento). This is why the Alps and the province of Rovigo are suffering more than other areas, from a trend of declining and ageing population. Trentino-Südtirol | The production area encompasses many town districts in the provinces of Treviso, Padua and Venice. The Romanian city of Timișoara is also called "the newest Venetian province". Vicenza During the mid-6th century, Justinian reconquered Venetia for the Eastern Roman Empire. Basilikata | Despite these affirmations, approved by the Italian Parliament, Veneto is not among the autonomous regions with special statute, differently from its north-eastern and north-western neighbours, Friuli-Venezia Giulia and Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol respectively. Other regionalist/nationalist groupings, including Liga Veneta Repubblica, North-East Project and the avowed separatist Veneto State, Venetian Independence and, emerged but they have never touched the popularity of Liga Veneta, which was a founding member of Lega Nord in 1991. At the end of his long life, he had acquired fame and commissions across the continent. Durch die Erinnerung an die lange Selbständigkeit und stolze Tradition Venedigs sind autonomistische und separatistische Tendenzen besonders ausgeprägt. In 1915, Italy entered the First World War on the side of the France and the United Kingdom, after extricating itself from its alliance with Germany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Die Region ist in sechs Provinzen und eine Metropolitanstadt unterteilt. Cities had to be fortified, two impressive examples are Nafplio in Peloponese and Palmanova in Friuli. This show features Venetia Stanley-Smith, a British woman who moved to Japan thirty years ago. There are these sorts of villas all over the Venetian plain, but especially in the provinces of Treviso, Padua, Vicenza and Venice. Kalabrien | Giorgione's enigmatic style infused his work with allegory, and he created his paintings with less reliance on a preparatory drawing than previous painters. Email . [13], Mit einem Wert von 0,896 erreicht Venetien Platz 7 unter den 21 Regionen und autonomen Provinzen Italiens im Index der menschlichen Entwicklung.[14]. [26] This is the reason why many municipalities have held referendums in order to be united to these regions. During the 1848 First Italian War of Independence, Venetia rose against the central Austrian government, forming the Republic of San Marco, which lasted 17 months. the law establishing and regulating the regional institution, which was first promulgated on 22 May 1971), uses the term "people" for Venetians, but, like in the case of Sardinians, this is not a legal recognition of any differences from other Italian citizens. Prosecco is a dry sparkling wine. The President of the Region, colloquially nicknamed Governor or even Doge in remembrance of Venice's traditional head of state, is also the head of the Regional Government. She enjoys dinner featuring an ancient variety of rice. In 1971, at the age of 19, Stanley-Smith fled her aristocratic roots in the U.K. to … In each episode, she shows off her eco-friendly and people-friendly way of life there. In Porto Tolle bei Rovigo befindet sich Italiens zweitgrößtes thermoelektrisches Stromkraftwerk. In most cases the owners named their palazzi and villas with the family surname, hence there is both a Palazzo Chiericati in Vicenza and a Villa Chiericati in the countryside, similarly there is a Palazzo Foscari in Venice and a Villa Foscari in the countryside. Im Vergleich mit dem BIP der EU ausgedrückt in Kaufkraftstandards erreicht die Region einen Index von 110 (EU-28:100) (2015). These Venetians were among those slaughtered at the Battle of Cannae (216 BC). Rejection of the Second Council of Constantinople (553) led to a schism wherein the bishops of Aquileia, Liguria, Aemilia, Milan and of the Istrian peninsula all refused to condemn the Three Chapters leading to the churches of Veneto to break communion with the Church of Rome. – Mappe, Popolazione, Statistiche Demografiche dell'ISTAT", "Export, Nordest locomotiva chiude il 2019 a +2,3%", "Microsoft Word – 19-2008 – de – ins.doc", "Timişoara, la nuova provincia industriale veneta", "Comunicato Nr 294 – Sito Ufficiale della Regione Veneto", "Tasso di disoccupazione – livello regionale", "On Wine: Proseccos sparkle on their own terms", "Italian Makers of Prosecco Seek Recognition", "World Heritage Centre – World Heritage List", "The Most Beautiful City In The World – The", "The city of Bergamo – UNESCO World Heritage Centre", Venice and Veneto in the Words of Great North American Travelers,, NUTS 2 statistical regions of the European Union, Articles incorporating a citation from the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia with Wikisource reference, Short description is different from Wikidata, Pages using infobox settlement with bad settlement type, Articles containing Venetian-language text, Articles containing explicitly cited English-language text, Articles containing Italian-language text, Pages using infobox settlement with possible demonym list, Articles with unsourced statements from October 2011, Pages using infobox settlement with no coordinates, Articles with unsourced statements from February 2019, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz area identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Secondary (industry, processing, manufacturing), Tertiary (Commerce, hotels and restaurants, tourism, (tele)communications and transport), This page was last edited on 16 January 2021, at 00:34. Venetian dialects are classified as Western Romance. [44] The invasion of the non-Catholic Lombards in 568 only served to prolong the schism until 606 and then finally 699 when the Synod of Pavia definitively ended the schism. He spends all his free time mountaineering, rock climbing and mountain skiing. 58 in the city of Padua. She is featured on her show, At Home With Venetia in Kyoto which is aired on NHK or PBS channels here in the US. Geröll und Steine rutschten in den Vajont-Stausee. The term villa was used to describe a country house. Notable Venetian-language authors include the playwrights Carlo Goldoni (1707–1793) and Carlo Gozzi (1720–1806), while Ruzante (1502–1542) is best known for his rustic comedies "cast in mainland peasant Pavan 'Paduan'".[65]. The Scuola Grande di San Rocco alone sports 66 paintings by this painter. Veneto is a semi-presidential representative democracy. Greek-Byzantine rule did not last long. Das Parlament in Rom, das in diesen Fragen das letzte Wort hat, ist bisher untätig geblieben. Many settled down in South America, especially in Brazil; others in Australia, Canada, and the United States of America. [11] Neben Venedig sind auch die Opernstadt Verona und die Universitätsstadt Padua beliebte Touristenziele, wie auch der Dolomitenort Cortina d’Ampezzo, die Gardaseegemeinden Peschiera, Lazise, Bardolino, Garda und Malcesine, der Thermalkurort Abano Terme, die Seebäder Jesolo, Caorle und Cavallino-Treporti. February Primetime Schedule . The Second Treaty of Constance in 1183 confirmed the Peace of Venice of 1177 in which the cities agreed to remain part of the Empire as long as their jurisdiction over their own territories was not infringed upon. Veneto (US: /ˈvɛnətoʊ, ˈveɪn-, -neɪt-, ˈvɛnɛtoʊ/,[4][5][6] Italian: [ˈvɛːneto];[7] Venetian: Vèneto [ˈvɛneto]) or Venetia[7] is one of the 20 regions of Italy. He decorated large portions of the Palazzo Ducale and the decoration of many villas Palladian, including Villa Barbaro. His most important works include Psyche Revived by Love's Kiss and The Three Graces. The regional industry is especially made of small and medium-sized businesses, which are active in several sectors: food products, wood and furniture, leather and footwear, textiles and clothing, gold jewelry, but also chemistry, metal-mechanics and electronics. Aquileia became the metropolitan see of Venetia. Veneto is home to a notable nationalist movement, known as Venetian nationalism or Venetism. Nach der Niederlage Österreichs gegen Napoleon in Austerlitz und dem Pressburger Frieden wurde Venetien 1805 dem Königreich Italien, einem napoleonischen Satellitenstaat, zugeschlagen; 1815 kam es durch den Wiener Kongress als Königreich Lombardo-Venetien zurück zum nunmehrigen Kaisertum Österreich. Albarella island is a private island on the Lido. The San Zeno di Montagna (Verona) chestnut has Protected Geographical Status. Like many before and after her, Venetia began teaching English, opening her own school in 1978. The date of construction of these villas ranges from the 15th to the 19th century. He has been a fulltime photographer, since he married Venetia in 1992. Her mother was a Curzon and Venetia moved to Japan over 40 years ago. RADIO. In this world of fast-paced, competitive food and lifestyle shows, “At Home With Venetia In Kyoto” is a calming breath of fresh air. The plain and the Alpine foothills are the most developed areas in contrast to the Po delta and the mountainous areas, with the exception of the surroundings of Belluno. In 2008, there were 260,849 Venetian citizens living outside of Italy (5.4% of the region's population), the largest number was found in Brazil, with 57,052 Venetians, followed by Switzerland, with 38,320, and Argentina, with 31,823. The most hit were Treviso and Vicenza, as well as the industrial area around Marghera. The series mainly discussed … Apulien | VENETIA (IMO: 9400203, MMSI: 255805657) ist Container Ship. Every year Jesolo gives accommodation to over 4.5 million tourists. Auch der Radicchio ist ein typisch regionales Produkt. Tintoretto (1518–1594) recast Roman Mannerism in a Venetian style, less linear, and with more use of colour to distinguish forms, highlighting the bright prospects for its operations, giving unusual deformations of perspective, to increase the sense of tension in the work. On 22 October 2017 an official autonomy referendum took place in Veneto: 57.2% of Venetians participated and 98.1% voted "yes". In the 2020 regional election Liga Veneta–Lega Nord won a combined 61.5% of the vote (sum of party list and Zaia's personal list), followed by the three main Italian parties of the time, the Democratic Party (11.9%), the Brothers of Italy (9.6%) and Forza Italia (3.6%). Name First Aired Runtime Image Certified; S2016E02: Preserving Beauty January 5, 2016. Venetia Stanley-Smith works in her garden growing seasonal flowers in Kyoto, Japan, in this undated photo. Share Venetia Stanley-Smith's seasonal living in rural Kyoto, as she introduces us to local people, produce, cooking and crafts. The Patriarchate of Venice claims St. Mark the Evangelist as its patron. The town of Rovigo is also the site of the Francesco Vanezza music conservatory. In den Provinzen Verona und Rovigo ist die Lebensmittelindustrie besonders stark vertreten. Verona | Dennoch hat die Landwirtschaft nach wie vor eine bedeutende Rolle, an die Stelle der zahlreichen kleinen Höfe sind aber plantagenähnliche Großbetriebe getreten. Zahlreiche Städte wurden durch die Alliierten bombardiert. Other historians link Venetic origins with Celts. A few years back, she shared via her show her visit back to Kedleston where she visited these same rooms that you have photographed. However, as the Ottoman Empire grew more powerful and aggressive, Venice was often put on the defensive. Among these: Veneto, and in particular Venice and Verona, are important Italian musical centres, home to a vibrant musical life. Venetian Independence and other alike groups have been long proposing a referendum on the independence of Veneto from Italy. The influences of the contribution of Giotto were felt immediately, as in the frescoes of Giusto de' Menabuoi in the Baptistry near the Cathedral of Padua and those of Altichiero in the Basilica of Saint Anthony. Many other festivals are closely linked to the religious calendar. Venetia resides in a 100-year old farmhouse with a garden that contains 200 varieties of herbs. It may or may not include garlic in its ingredients and comes in medium and large sizes. Padua | The thermal baths of Abano Terme are an important tourist attraction. Get the free PBS App. [81] At first the site was called "Vicenza, City of Palladio" and only buildings in the immediate area of Vicenza were included. The Venetian state—i.e. Da die Region über keinen Autonomiestatus verfügt, werden die Minderheitensprachen kaum gepflegt. Im Jahr 2017 betrug die Arbeitslosenquote 6,3 % und damit unter dem Landesschnitt. Venetia lives in Ohara, Kyoto Prefecture, appreciating each season. März 2014 statt. Venetia Stanley-Smith has been living in Kyoto’s Ohara district for over 40 years, and her eco-people-friendly way of life is featured on NHK’s TV programme “Neko no shippo kaeru no te”. The Bean of Lamon (PGI) is particularly prized for its delicate flavour and extremely tender skin. Dort wurde 1918 die entscheidende Schlacht von Vittorio Veneto geschlagen, woraufhin bei Padua der Waffenstillstand von Villa Giusti zwischen dem Königreich Italien und Österreich-Ungarn unterfertigt wurde. Linguists identify five major types of Venetian: an Eastern or Coastal (Venice) group, a Central (Padua, Vicenza, Polesine) group, a Western (Verona) group, a North-Central (Treviso) group, and a Northern (Belluno, Feltre, Agordo, Cadore, Zoldo Alto) group of dialects. Within Venetian there are distinct sub-groups centered on the major cities, and distinctions are also found between rural and urban dialects and those spoken in northern mountainous areas and on the plain.[64]. In addition to Donatello, an important Venetian Renaissance artist was Andrea Mantegna (1431–1506), whose most important work in Veneto is perhaps the San Zeno Altarpiece, found in Verona. In 166 AD the Quadi and Marcomanni invaded Venetia. The coastline covers approximately 200 km (120 mi), of which 100 km (62 mi) are beaches. They saw the construction of the Basilica of San Zeno Maggiore in Verona, which was Veneto's main centre for that esthetic movement and we note, by the mixture of styles that Verona was an important crossroads to the north of Europe. After that, Veneto has been a stronghold of the centre-right coalition, which has governed the region since 1995, first under President Giancarlo Galan (Forza Italia/The People of Freedom) and, since 2010, Luca Zaia (Liga Veneta–Lega Nord). It was the beginning of many barbarian invasions. Paolo Veronese (1528–1588) was about as prolific as Tintoretto, with works that celebrated the Venetian state,[59] as well as decorating houses of Venetian nobles. The Palladian Villas of Veneto, in the surrounding area, and the renowned Teatro Olimpico (Olympic Theatre) have both been enlisted as UNESCO World Heritage Sites since 1994 (extended in 1996). Fossil deposits are also abundant there. The Roman Republic gradually transformed its alliance with the Veneti into a relationship of dominance. Sizilien | In the last 30–40 years industrialisation transformed the appearance of the landscape, especially in the plains. This has led to the establishment of a strongly export-orientated system of industries. The area of Lake Garda is a major tourist destination. Moreover, the region is not granted a form of autonomy comparable to that of neighbouring Friuli-Venezia Giulia and Trentino-Alto Adige/Südtirol. Having harvested fennel seeds in her garden, Venetia repairs an andon paper lamp using traditional techniques. A natural life. Aufgrund des Wohlstands kam es zu starker Zuwanderung aus anderen Gebieten Italiens und aus dem Ausland (siehe unten), was zusammen mit dem Strukturwandel zur Abschwächung lokaler Traditionen beitrug. Venetia probably doesn't bake because Japanese ovens don't sell well. In architecture, Andrea Palladio (1508–1580), born in Padua, completed some highly influential works, including Villas in the mainland, in Vicenza, Padua and Treviso. Around this time, Padua also served as home to St. Anthony, the beloved Saint called simply "il Santo" ("the Saint") by the inhabitants of the town. Though politically dominant, these Germanic invaders were gradually absorbed into the Venetian population over the centuries. VSS was one of the low-grade hippies that found the 13 year old Prem Rawat in India and accepted him as the Lord of the Universe/Perfect Master. The region has about 4.8 million inhabitants, ranking Veneto as the fifth most populated region in Italy. During the 20th century the patriarchs were usually appointed cardinal, and three cardinal patriarchs, Giuseppe Sarto, Angelo Roncalli, and Albino Luciani, were elected pope: Pius X, John XXIII, and John Paul I, respectively. Titian, born in Belluno Pieve di Cadore, brought forward the use of this technique without pictorial design, creating masterpieces such as the Assumption of the Virgin (1516–1518),[57] an altar made by imposing visible sizes on the main altar of the Basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari in Venice, a work whose suggestion is due to the use of colour. Es war eine der größten von Menschen verursachte Katastrophe, die sich je in Europa ereignet hat.[4]. The league was dissolved at the death of Emperor Frederick II in 1250. The White Asparagus of Cimadolmo (PGI) has a characteristic scent and a very delicate taste. [45], In 2004, over 95% of the population claimed to be Roman Catholic. The current President of Veneto is Luca Zaia (Liga Veneta–Lega Nord), re-elected in 2020 with 76.8% of the vote. Sehr bedeutender Wirtschaftszweig ist der Tourismus: Venetien ist Italiens erste Touristenregion, mit über 14 Millionen Touristen im Jahr 2007 (davon kamen über 20 % aus Deutschland). Venetien bzw. Aquileia had its own liturgical rites which were used throughout the dioceses of Veneto until the later Middle Ages when the Roman Rite replaced the Aquileian Rite. A referendum – where only 30% of the adult population voted as was custom in the period, and did so under government pressure[17] there was a 99.99% majority for Italy[18][19][20] – was held on 21–22 October and ratified the handover. Venetian nationalism is a regionalist/nationalist political movement which gained prominence in Veneto during the 1970s and 1980s, demanding more autonomy, a special statute or even independence, and promoting Venetian culture, language and history. Venetien ist eine bedeutende Weinbauregion: hier werden die Weine Valpolicella und Prosecco erzeugt. By the end of the 1st century AD Latin had displaced the original Venetic language. Veronese Vialone Nano Rice from Verona (PGI) is a type of rice with short, plump grains, which have a creamy consistency when cooked. A reminder of Lombard rule can be seen in the place names beginning with the word Farra. Am schlimmsten traf es Treviso und Vicenza sowie die Hafenanlagen von Marghera, auch Padua und Verona wurden Ziel der Bombenangriffe. The garden, affiliated with the University of Padua, currently covers roughly 22,000 square metres (240,000 square feet) and has special collections. In 148 BC the Via Postumia was completed connecting Aquileia to Genoa. During her trip to Shiga, Venetia sees freshwater pearls farmed there and learns how the plentiful spring water is put to clever use in Harie. Many of them are museums, public institutions or private residences. Share Venetia Stanley-Smith's seasonal living in rural Kyoto, as she introduces us to local people, produce, cooking and crafts. [51] Fishing is also still important in coastal areas. From Tridentum it continued northwards to Pons Drusus and further to Augusta Vindelicorum (modern Augsburg), and southwards from Trento to Verona and Mutina (modern Modena). 25 Millionen Tonnen Wasser schwappten über den neu gebauten Staudamm. Antonio Canova (1757–1822), born in Possagno, was the greatest of the neoclassical artists. A natural life. Sculptors include Morlaiter, Filippo Parodi, Bernard Torretti and his nephew Giuseppe Torretti, and at the end of the republic Antonio Canova. 1n 1978 she founded her English school Venetia International, where she is still teaching English and herbal workshops. An autonomy referendum took place in 2017: 57.2% of Venetians turned out, 98.1% voting "yes" to "further forms and special conditions of autonomy". [12][39] Of the seven provinces of the region, the Province of Padua is the most populous and has the greatest density, with 424. From the 13th to 17th centuries, it held the island of Crete and from the mid-15th to mid-16th century, the island of Cyprus. However, Veneto was along with Liguria the only northern region where the unemployment rate increased between 2017 and 2018.[55][56].