cultural territorial networks

productive heritage

 

 

The lagoon was widely inhabited and thus constantly transformed for production purposes, such as for eno-gastronomichal production, in the precious lands subtracted from the tide, as for the artisan productions, and, finally, was the cradle of the industrial revolution in the Italian northeast , with the industrial port and manufacture spread in the city, and concentrated in Arsenal, Murano, Giudecca and Porto Marghera.

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3.1 Walled Wineyards

 

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3.2 Footwear factories at the Brenta Canal

 

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3.3 Murano Glass factories

 

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