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Carnival Walking Theatre Show (The Codega) - Venice Secret

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    Pass By: Piazza San Marco, 31024 Venice Italy

    In Venice, from the middle of the fifteenth century, the nobles and the wealthy were preceded by a servant called "Codega" equipped with a lantern to lighten their path in the darkness of night, delighting them with anecdotes and stories.
    Today, an experienced company of Pantakin actors from Venice will be happy to play your personal host who will guide you through the maze of mystery that belongs to the lagoon.

    Pass By: Merceria, Between Rialto and San Marco, Venice Italy

    A leap in the past that will inspire you to be the actors in a moving mise-en-scene and will push you into the heart of the life of the Serenissima Republic !


    Pass By: Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo (San Zanipolo), Campo SS. Giovanni e Paolo, 6363 Venice Italy

    Plunge yourself into a real theatrical scene, where your professional guide-actor will lead you to become the main character in this authentic living theatre.
    Through the stories of the “Codega” the visitors will be escorted to unusual and secret places of Venice that differ from the crowded centre, to find out some interesting facts of the history and daily life of the Serenissima Republic.
    A captivating event for the entire family, a new and unusual way to live Venice Carnival!


    Pass By: Campo Santa Maria Formosa, Castello, Venice Italy

    Discover the secrets of the city! You will learn about Casanova and the Levantine, about the gondolier who become a priest and about the elephant that found shelter in a Church. You will discover why an angel was put as a guardian of the palace and why the bridge between two convents was called "The Devil's Bridge", but also the secret language of fans and the legends of several ghosts that are said to still live in Venice.
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