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La biennale di Venezia, ossia la fabbrica del nulla

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Submitted by Carlo Brozzi (Italy), Apr 4, 2022 at 08:07

Eccellentissimo dottor Pipes non posso che darle ragione nel biasimare l' incoerenza della Biennale di Venezia. Al contrario la provincia italiana può offrirle dei buoni esempi circa l'arte romana, medioevale e rinascimentale. Venga a visitare la città di Spello in Umbria, a Trentacinque Kilometri da Perugia. Potrebbe essere per lei una esperienza interessante.

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