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Tuesday, 26 August 2014 00:00

#02 Cetinje / Coexistence

#02 CETINJE: second stage for Coexistence... for a new Adriatic Koinè

After the success of the first stage at the Piramida in Tirana, the City of Cetinje welcomes the second of the five stages of the contemporary art exhibition "ART IN PORT - Coexistence: for a new Adriatic Koine". It opens in Montenegro, at the National Art Gallery - Miodrag Dado Duric of Cetinje on 5th September at 8pm and involves artists from the five partner countries of the exhibition: Albania, Montenegro, Croatia and Italy (Veneto and Apulia). The next stages will be displayed in Rijeka, in Croatia, Venice and Polignano a Mare in Italy, until March 2015.

Working together to give voice to art, to multiply its visions, to create a narration with many voices, connected together into a large Adriatic and transmedia network.

The exhibition is part of the project "arTVision. A live art channel" funded by the European IPA Adriatic CBC Programme 2007/2013, with the purpose of activating and connecting the creative energy of young artists invited to participate as protagonists.

It is an experimental project, led by Puglia Region - Area Policies for the Promotion of Territory, Knowledge and Talent with technical support by Apulia Film Commission, which involves: Pino Pascali Foundation Museum of Contemporary Art; Veneto Region - Direction of cultural and performance activities; Academy of Fine Arts of Venice; Ministry of Culture of Montenegro; Faculty of Dramatic Arts of Cetinje – Montenegro; Ministry of Culture of Albania; University of Arts of Tirana - Albania; Primorje-Gorski Kotar County – Croatia; Kanal RI - Croatia.

The core idea is to establish a strict dialogue among cross-border Nations through a set of cultural actions, aimed at finding out commonalities and discontinuities amongst people sharing the Mare Nostrum of the Adriatic Mediterranean.

There are five versions of one exhibition in different locations and territories with the aim of stating the concept of a new linguistic Koinè which is capable of translating territorial identities into the dynamics of relationship, open-mindedness and comparison. The artists from different geographical areas, coordinated by a team of curators, headed by the Pino Pascali Museum Foundation, in collaboration with the coordinators of the partner countries, have dealt with such shared topics as stories and narrations, myths and legends, spirituality and religions, migration and nomadism, with the aim of strengthening the idea of a common Europeanness too often forgotten.

The exhibition is curated by the critic and curator Maria Paola Spinelli, in close collaboration with the Ministry of Culture of Montenegro (referent Mr. Boris Abramovic) and the Faculty of Dramatic Arts of Cetinje – Montenegro.


1 – Albania August 1st - 24th, 2014
2 - Montenegro September 5th – 25th, 2014
3 - Croatia November 20th – December 6th, 2014
4 - Veneto December 20th, 2014 – January 18th, 2015
5 - Apulia January 31st – March 1st, 2015

Albania   Tirana – Piramida
Montenegro   Cetinje – National Art Gallery
Croatia   Rijeka – Muzej Moderne I Suvremene Umjetnosti
Veneto   Venice – Magazzino del Sale
Apulia   Polignano a Mare, Bari – Pino Pascali Foundation

Info: The exhibition will run from 5th to 25th September 2014 Opening Hours from 6th September, every day, from 10:00 -14:00 h and 17:00 - 21:00 h National Art Gallery // Miodrag Dado Duric - Balsica pazar bb, Cetinje Montenegro.

Saturday, 02 August 2014 00:00


Great success for the first stage of the travelling exhibition “Coexistence: for a new Adriatic Koinè”

On Friday, 1st August 2014, many art lovers crowded the International Culture Centre of Tirana, Albania (the so called Pyramid). Lost in the memories of years gone by, the building’s internal spaces have provoked the curiosity and astonishment of those who attended the inauguration of the exhibition "Coexistence: for a new Adriatic Koiné" (August 1st to 24th), which involves 25 emerging artists from Albania, Croatia, Italy (Veneto and Puglia) and Montenegro. It was the first stage of a journey that started in Albania to then proceed to Montenegro on September 5th, and then Croatia and finally Veneto and Puglia.

The promoting idea is the research, aimed at structuring a close dialogue between cross border nations, through an operation designed to track common cultural characteristics and differences that distinguish the populations sharing the Mare Nostrum of the Mediterranean Adriatic. In fact, the selected artists confronted themselves on everyday issues such as stories and narratives, myths and legends, spirituality and religion, migration and nomadic life, in order to arrive at a reinforced idea of a common Europeanism, often forgotten.

The exhibition is part of the project "arTvision. A live art channel", funded under the European Programme IPA Adriatic CBC 2007/2013 with the intent of mobilizing and connecting the creative energy of young artists, invited to take part as protagonists. It is a pilot project led by the Puglia Region - Area Policies for the Promotion of Territory, Knowledge and Talents, with the technical support of the Apulia Film Commission involving the Foundation Pino Pascali - Museum of Contemporary Art; Veneto Region - Directorate Cultural Activities and Events; Academy of Fine Arts of Venice; Ministry of Culture of Montenegro; Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Cetinje - Montenegro; Ministry of Culture of Albania; University of the Arts Tirana - Albania; Primorje Gorski Kotar County - Croatia; Kanal RI - Croatia.

Friday, 01 August 2014 14:55

Luigino Rossi’s view

Luigino Rossi’s view on arTVision and Coexistence

The Koine, a dialect that - precious oxymoron - has turned into a bridge language, is the road to follow to achieve a collective participation. A common language, conveyed by artistic practice, capable of regenerating ancient social and cultural sharings that have always animated the routes of our sea. A metaphorical port made of several landfalls, which gather, under one aegis, intentions and visions, history and stories, even in front of complex geographical geometries.

The young artists selected by the Venice Academy, along with their colleagues from Apulia, Croatia, Montenegro and Albania, are not heirs to Diomedes: they have not laid down the sword to go back in the good graces of an offended Aphrodite. They need to keep on sailing to learn, to use their knowledge to search for further knowledge through comparison and exchange; since there are no sins to atone for. Therefore, they share the desire to build long and solid bridges from shore to shore, nothing more necessary. In this seed is the common language.

For the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, “Art in Port – COEXISTENCE FOR A NEW ADRIATC KOINE” is this: the first sighting, shouted from the bow, of a new land to explore, a choral landing along the yet to be built coast of the Adriatic.

Luigino Rossi

President of the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice – Italy

Friday, 01 August 2014 00:00

Dragica Milic’s view

Dragica Milic’s view on arTVision and Coexistence

International cultural cooperation support is among the highest priorities of the Ministry of Culture. Policy and strategic projects implementation-wise, the Ministry appreciates the significance of ARTVISION - A LIVE ART CHANNEL, aimed at  cooperation and improvement and creation of new models for sustainable cultural development between Adriatic countries’ cultural sectors.

ARTVISION defines culture as significant dialogue improving resources, and a precious means of contribution to the togetherness of people and prosperity of the Adriatic region. Project activities include contemporary art exhibition Coexistence – for a New Adriatic Koine, derived from combined forces and the exchange of experiences and ideas of partner institutions and young creators from Albania, Croatia, Montenegro and the Italian regions of Veneto and Puglia.

Through a series of shows at referential gallery spaces, the display travels the cultural map of Adriatic territories. Selected artists’ recent production, of expressive sensibility, is presented using broad spectrum of contemporary artistic expressions. Integration, togetherness and dialogue, important Adriatic countries’ mission guidelines, are central themes of Coexistence, which introduces socially engaged and meaningful segment of contemporary artistic reflection, and discovers new points of perceiving the Adriatic, as an area of versatile dialogue and intercultural fusion. Connected by strong spiritual, cultural and civilization ties, we’ll continue to improve cultural cooperation and inherit coexistence of the Adriatic region, as basis of togetherness and precious driving force towards European integration of the Adriatic countries.

Dragica Milic

General Director of the Directorate for Cultural and Artistic Creativity

Ministry of Culture of Montenegro

Friday, 01 August 2014 00:00

Silvia Godelli’s view

Silvia Godelli’s view on arTVision and Coexistence

The time is ripe for intercultural dialogue to take a leap forward and create a real sense of community, a shared and dynamic belonging that nourishes itself by synthesizing the differences of origins, languages, traditions and symbols of the partner Countries.

The very title of the traveling exhibition, featuring 25 young artists in search of new horizons and new languages, contains a program, a promise: Coexistence as a point of arrival and restart, art as an instrument of cohesion, but most of all as a push towards comparison, combination, the challenge of a wider and more inclusive cultural community.

Apulia has worked very hard to create the best conditions to promote this qualitative leap: an Adriatic region that has always been a border region, a landing place for many people, both exiles and builders of the future. From Aeneas, who fled from his destroyed land and finally came to our shores thousands of years ago, up to the human clusters of the Vlora, men and women in search of a better fate and a fair life. Over the last decade, Apulia, a land of sea and welcome, has woven the web of a development path based on Adriatic relationships, looking beyond the sea, towards the Western Balkan countries, rich in history and culture, all aiming, in their turn, to become part of a wider and innovative Europe, a Europe of peoples and democracy.

And now that Albania has finally obtained the status of candidate Member of the European Union, now that Croatia compares itself as an equal with the other EU countries, now that Montenegro is a vital and independent nation, culture and art, and especially the young talents who are animating the international scene with their original attitude, have the task of creating a true Adriatic Koine, a symbolic space, able to involve not only artists, but also all the peoples on both shores.

Then, the exhibition: a powerful journey across the most fascinating and significant Adriatic cities: from Tirana, a fervent place of artists, to vibrant Cetinje, to Rijeka, the former city of Fiume, a Central European and cosmopolitan port, to the wonders of Venice, a glorious Adriatic capital, and finally here, in the magical town of Polignano a Mare, on a dreamful cliff and in a museum dedicated to one of the greatest inspirers of contemporary art, Pino Pascali.

Have a nice journey then, Coexistence, have a nice journey and a great future; this is the wish for the exhibition, for the artists, for the Adriatic-Ionian Euroregion that is about to be born, and for all of us, men and women, institutions and social actors, that are making the Adriatic the flag of a common future.

Silvia Godelli Regional Minister for the Mediterranean, Culture and Tourism of Puglia Region

Friday, 01 August 2014 00:00

Francesco Palumbo’s view

Francesco Palumbo’s view on arTVision and Coexistence

An exhibition, “Coexistence: for a new Adriatic Koine”, that seals and makes the precious heritage of Art and Culture, which makes up the mosaic of ArTVision, travel to the Adriatic ports as a vessel of ancient memory. Art is an eternal being and an exchange of knowledge and relationships. Culture is the engine for the development process generated by innovation and creativity.

It is on this combination that we need to focus today, on the ability to release the “know-how” that distinguishes the individual and the community, and which comes from history, from a deep-rooted knowledge, from the ability to create and generate new ideas. Over the last few years, the mission of the Apulia region has been precisely to create, together with local communities, “culture-based” development paths absolutely consistent with the goals of the smart, sustainable and inclusive growth of the EU 2020 strategy, and with the goals of the EU Cohesion Policy 2014-2020. The key words were cooperation, integration and participation, which have been implemented through a variety of policies and instruments.

Funded by the IPA Adriatic CBC Programme 2007-2013, “ArTVision – a live art channel” is the most vivid expression of this process: if, on the one hand, it promotes innovative forms of cultural and inter-institutional communication between Adriatic and European countries, on the other hand it is indeed a generator of experiences, interactions, creativity, art and culture. And it does so by combining localism and globalism, by enhancing the existing while going beyond it, with a strong push towards transmediality and cross-border cooperation, which means not only to share projects and economic resources, but also to pool people, to be open to comparisons, to multiply ideas. The hope is that a common feeling, a nascent Adriatic identity, a new koine can travel together with this exhibition and across this sea.

Francesco Palumbo Area Director of Policies for the Promotion of Territory, Knowledge and Talent - Puglia Region

Friday, 01 August 2014 00:00

Rosalba Branà’s view

Rosalba Branà’s view on arTVision and Coexistence

Each life is an encyclopedia; a library, an inventory of objects, a series of styles, and everything can be constantly shuffled and reordered in every way conceivable.”

Italo Calvino

The action Art in Port “Coexistence: for a new Adriatic Koine” will consist of five contemporary art exhibitions to be organized in the five Adriatic areas involved in the project IPA ART VISION.

The event will involve 25 young and emerging artists and the cities of Tirana, Cetinje, Rijeka, Venice and Polignano, headquarters of the Pino Pascali Foundation. The main purpose is to strengthen the young art network and establish a dialogue between the two shores of the Adriatic. Today, our global consciousness cannot do without the local spirit of places, by which they interact with the aim of defining a cultural practice that can be identified as a single Adriatic civilization.

The exhibition investigates the concept of identity, which needs to be reshaped and used ‘without any bounds’. Identity and difference are key concepts in the research carried out by contemporary art. More than any other category, artists create strict relationships between the time of historical memory and their native places. The theme “Coexistence” asks ART to dress identity in a world where isolation is no longer possible. Migration flows and increasingly global economic processes have radically transformed the perception of territories and the limits of boundaries.

The contemporary artist works in a ‘borderless society’, in search of a shared global territory. Indeed, today art is moving across that utopian space which sociology defines as the ‘territorialisation of desires’, a new concept of territory, based on a desire for physical and mental mobility. In the liquidness of the sea that unites and divides us, such closed concepts as ‘territory’, ‘boundaries’, ‘borders’ will be virtually diluted and replaced with ‘extra-territorial’, ‘otherness’, ‘hybridization’, ‘multiculturalism’. There are five versions of one exhibition in different locations and territories with the aim of stating the concept of a ‘new linguistic Koine’. Thus, the exhibition focuses on a strong and precise theme, the artists have worked on shared topics such as history, memory, migration, nomadism...

The exhibition has been conceived with the essential contribution of our critics, appointed by the Pascali Foundation: Roberto Lacarbonara, Antonio Frugis, Marinilde Giannandrea, Mariapaola Spinelli, who, together with the representatives of the partner countries, have selected the artists and coordinated the exhibition, in order to make it harmonious, homogeneous and accessible. The organizational and logistical aspects of this complex itinerant event are managed by Susanna Torres and Natale Parisi. All partners have selected very charming and prestigious locations, both institutional and unconventional, so that, in each of them, the exhibition will feature different characteristics and will integrate with the host architectural spaces.

An exhibition project in progress, that changes its shape from time to time, whose cornerstone and main purpose is to give voice to different realities through the common language of ART, so that those involved, from authors to visitors, will be able to know and recognize each other within a system of linguistic sharing.

Rosalba Branà Director of the Pino Pascali Museum Foundation, Polignano a Mare (BA) Italy Scientific Director WP5

Friday, 01 August 2014 00:00

Mirela Kumbaro’s view

Mirela Kumbaro Furxhi’s view on arTVision and Coexistence

“I am particularly pleased to present “Coexistence: for a new Adriatic Koine”, part of the project “arTVision - a live art channel”, funded under the European Programme IPA Adriatic CBC 2007/2013, because this itinerant exhibition represents one of the most important events currently organized in the contemporary art in Albania, at least considering the number of artists involved.

I do not think I exaggerate when I say that the project “arTVision” has been a difficult path, and not only for the Ministry of Culture of Albania, but for all partners. However, I believe even more strongly that this exhibition justifies these difficulties and the daily sacrifice of all those who have contributed to this event.

“Coexistence” promotes in fact the dialogue between the neighboring countries, such as those bordering the Adriatic Sea, and it helps to give a common voice to art, promoting young emerging artists. Albania is here represented with 5 young artists: Alketa Ramaj, Anila Rubiku, Endri Dani, Sulejman Fani and Ilir Kaso. There are four countries and five regions involved; 25 artists coming from those areas, from those landscapes and horizons, communicating with us with their heart and with the language of contemporary art.

It is a project that involves young artists able to freely communicate from all horizons of the Adriatic Sea, and I truly believe that this maritime area can be transformed into a cultural shared space. We decided to hold the first exhibition in the Piramide, a myth of the dictatorship period which nowadays is a centre where everyone can freely express themselves”.

Mirela Kumbaro Furxhi Minister of Culture of Albania

Friday, 01 August 2014 00:00

Petrit Malaj’s view

Petrit Malaj’s view on out arTVision and Coexistence

I am honoured to share the pleasure for the participation in the event ”Art in Port” of 5 young Albanian artists who are integrated into a “community without borders” in an exhibition of contemporary Art and, in an Artistic Coexistence of 25 selected artists coming from Albania, Montenegro, Croatia, Veneto Region and Puglia Region Italy.

”Coexistence”: for a New Adriatic Koine is a signifcant artistic event with a smart and functional curatorial concept, which crosses interesting routes and is offered to talk about the research, challenges and individual creativity of the artists participating in the project of ArTVision - a live art channel.

The exhibition launched in this Adriatic journey has now turned into a platform for artistic communication and open dialogue for the 25 participating artists. It clearly demonstrates the role of art for triumphing over artificial barriers of prejudices and the capacity to build spaces of human, talent and professional exchanges. I take this opportunity to say thank you for the communication, harmonization and fruitful cooperation for the realization of our project activities of ArTVision Puglia Region and the entire institutional and technical partners. Good Luck!

Petrit Malaj Rector of the University of Arts in Tirana - Albania

Friday, 01 August 2014 00:00

Sehad Cekic’s view

Sehad Cekic’s view on arTVision and Coexistence

In the ever accelerating modern world, marked by one of the main themes of our age – rapid increase in all kinds of the communication, paradoxically, there is less and less mutual understanding. The arts and culture remain the true mediators, connecting the past and the present, as well as making us connected, in indescribable and immeasurable forms, with all parts of the world of today. This is, also, the most precious asset of communication with our neighbors, which, due to many political and economic setbacks, we haven’t embraced to the fullest, as much as it has been needed. The Mediterranean experience represents the basis of our common identity and art is our common and timeless language.

The project ‘ArTVision’, with its broad collection of artwork production, lectures and residencies, cultural policy investigation and debate, and, of course, collection of audiovisual reports on contemporary art, becomes the brave and irreplaceable basis for the next phases of building togetherness. Mapping and presentation of many of the contemporary artists and artworks will create grounds for similar projects in social and economic areas that will lead us, less burdened, into a permanently more indistinct and less certain future. It is, in many ways, a privilege to be the part of this distinguished, pioneering and far-sighted project.

Sehad Cekic Dean of the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Cetinje - Montenegro

Friday, 01 August 2014 00:00

Valery Jurešic’s view

Valery Jurešic’s view on arTVision and Coexistence

Coexistence – 100 years after, can we do better? In the year which recalls memories of  a series of events that thoroughly shook more than just the European continent an exhibition to bring Adriatic people closer has been organized.

Moreover, the title of the exhibition announces the quest for a new common language of the Adriatic. The 20th century started with the disastrous war placing a shadow over dreams of the modern time, ended with the fall of Iron curtain thus wakening hope for better lives in a united Europe.

However, this 20th century brought a lot of pain and suffering to countries of the Adriatic. Italy, Albania, Montenegro and Croatia have found themselves on different sides in both World wars, during the Cold war, and taking part in the last series of wars on the Balkan states in last decade of 20th century, after the fall of the Wall.It was not the century of understanding. The Adriatic was dividing people more than bringing them together at that time. Today, together in the European Union, or on its doorstep, countries of the Adriatic are seeking a common understanding and cooperation.

Can we do better than the 20th century? Can we recall and rethink modern ideas of humanity and arts? Of times when art was meant to give a sense of wellbeing? Nothing else but art is given to ask these questions and to thrive to answer them.

Valery Jurešic Head of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County Department of Culture, Sports and Technical Education - Croatia

Friday, 01 August 2014 00:00

Neven Šantic’s view

Neven Šantic’s view on arTVision and Coexistence

When several years ago the idea of ArTVision emerged, Kanal Ri, having already gained the reputation of one of the best regional TV networks in Croatia, accepted the opportunity to join the project without a moment of hesitation. There were three main reasons behind that decision.

Firstly, one of the aims of our network is to produce and/ or broadcast high-quality content, and the experience exchange among colleagues that takes place while working on a project like this can result in developing a long-term program concept with inhouse production or co-production of documentaries as one of the pillars. Secondly, the development of visual technologies has been increasingly merging contemporary art and electronic media, which includes television.

None of us knows what will happen in ten or twenty years, but one thing we know for sure: providing support and encouragement for contemporary art scene is the least that television can do, while this would also provide us with a chance to explore new perspectives and widen our own horizons. Last but not least, this is an EU-funded project that not only promotes the collaboration between countries and regions connected by the Adriatic Sea, thus prompting us to surpass the existing and imaginary boundaries, but also offers the possibility of evaluation of human and creative potential that exists within this part of the European cultural and artistic scene. And there is so much to be seen, as ArTVision will undoubtedly prove.

Neven Šantic

Director of “Kanal Ri”

Friday, 01 August 2014 00:00

Ksenija Orelj’s view

Ksenija Orelj’s view on ut arTVision and Coexistence

Defying romantic vistas such as those smirking at us from tourist postcards, we come across the stumbling blocks arising from our home grounds in these times of post-transition. Difficulties in adapting to the altered political, economic and cultural framework, ambivalent attitudes towards language and history, confusion in “self-understood” patriotic and religious categories, are all a part of the reality of living; not to mention the disorientation on the seemingly hospitable map of Europe, where each movement is defined by the priorities of favorable citizenship and market profitability.

The works of the invited artists - Gildo Bavcevic, Fokus Grupa, Ana Hušman, Nika Rukavina and Davor Sanvincenti – provide a shelter in the contemporary living space, while moving away from artificial creations that divide people based on territorial affiliation and sums in their bank accounts. Reminding us that definitions of borders - national or regional - are the privilege of cultural, economic and political elites, Nika Rukavina raises the issue of natural resources as a common good that should belong to everyone. Along the same utopistic lines, Davor Sanvincenti depicts the spaces of the sea as the common good where little stories and unnoticed experiences flow in the sounds of waves and form bonds that link people, regardless of the temporal and spatial distances. By challenging artificial distinctions and landscape manipulations, the products of harsh identitarian politics aimed at promoting the national unity, Ana Hušman and Fokus Grupa take notions such as “original”, “pure” and “unique” and put them under a critical magnifier.

These artists explore the strongholds of (the Croatian) nationalism, historical and mythical themes, linguistic formulas and stylizations of natural and cultural surroundings. By doing so, they point at the bizarre relationships between the above mentioned identitarian politics and consumerism, where communications gaps, latent aggression and anger form the usual epilogue.

Gildo Bavcevic exposes the deceiving mechanisms of the contemporary political and economic system which propagates free trade, elimination of borders and the illusive freedom of choice, while the notion of a free human being loses its meaning. Seemingly vast and intractable space of the sea serves as a metaphor of terre firme (See: 10/06/2014), the territory whose borders are strictly monitored and where movement is limited. Mirroring the problems of everyday life, these works warn against the dark side of globalization and integration processes, against the weak points of bureaucracy, and offer some hidden alternatives. Resisting the predator logic of capital accumulation and redistribution of borders, the logic that cuts through the mainland and the sea, they suggest that a brighter future should be sought away from the principles of quantity and classification habits.

We have been taught that the grand inquisitor cannot be sent away, “…but we can astonish it with a gentle kiss on the mouth” (Govedic, Nataša: 2014, Ispracaj? Optužnica? Tragedija? Spektakl? Crna kutija?; Zarez XVI/385, June 5, p. 33), and, instead of falling into general despondency because the dominating system is unjust, we should feel the urge to explore different possibilities: out of necessity, out of spite; for the sake of pleasure offered by imagination.

Ksenija Orelj

Senior Curator Muzej Moderne I Suvremene Umjetnosti in Rijeka - Croatia

(Artists selector with Slaven Tolj)

Friday, 01 August 2014 00:00

Marino Zorzato’s view

Marino Zorzato’s view on arTVision and Coexistence

A travelling exhibition along the Adriatic Sea, on the ideal route of a ship/boat, which keeps a taste of culture from each port it visits. This is the soul of this exhibition, which speaks to the audience offering an overview of contemporary art and at the same time gives a message: culture that creates art and art that creates culture. There is a mutual contamination of artists, works and languages, which connect people from the two opposite sides of the Adriatic Sea, creating a KOINE for the XXI° century. A mutual exchange among local frameworks and Europe, achieved thanks to the common meaning of arts.

ARTVISION PROJECT, through the exhibition ART IN PORT, represents an important opportunity for young artists to express themselves in a new intercultural framework, promoting and developing the awareness of Europe support for arts and culture.

This European project remarks the Veneto Region's involvement on art and cultural issues, perceived in their whole meaning, with particular importance on young languages, knowledge exchange, and creative dialogue among the Countries.

Marino Zorzato

Vice President Regional Minister for Culture of the Veneto Region


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