Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Italia 2009 Padua, Trento, Treviso, Parma,Caldonazzo

Tempus fugit. The Time flees for all of us, and remembering Virgil's "But it flees in the meantime: irretrievable time flees" and before it will be late...or too late...


and myself we decided to walk again the roads of Italy through towns and villages, on lakes and hills and gardens.

The Baroque Sculpture Garden is the Villa Barbarigo Pizzoni Ardemani near Padua.
The Horses Fountain is from Trento
The landscapes views are from Asolo
The lake is Levico
The modern sculpture exhibition is in the stronhold castle of Pergine Valsugano
The painted students are young doctors in Psychology from Padua
The touristic inscription of the Palazzo Salvadori and the sculpture (under) are from Trento, from the Jewish Ghetto. Not only the Armenian Genocide is denied but also the crimes against the Jewish community in Italy. The Jews were not only "persecuted", but tortured, beheaded and burned at the stake.
The real story of the martyr Simon of the blood libel: