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21 Mag

On the trail of Titian

In SPECIALI by admin / 21 maggio 2013 / 0 Comments

Following on from the highly acclaimed exhibition of Titian which took place in his home town of Pieve di Cadore in 2013, the Titian Itinerary guides visitors to Cadore across some of the locations which inspired his paintings.

01 CORTINA D’AMPEZZO/ Campo di Sopra
Church of Saint Candido

  • Anonymous student of Titian: St John the Baptist (second half of the 18th Century)

02 SAN VITO DI CADORE
Church of Saints Vito, Modesto and Crescenza

  • Francesco Vecellio:  Madonna with Child, Saints Vito and John the Baptist, two Bishop Saints (Ermagora and Fortunato?), the parish priest Bernardo Constantini (1524)
  • Marco Vecellio: Madonna with Child in glory and donors M. Thomaseo di Coleto and consort (1597)

Church of Our Lady of Defence

  • Francesco Vecellio: Madonna with Child, Saint Ermagora and Saint Anthony (circa 1515)

03 ZOPPE’ DI CADORE
Church of Saint Anne

  • Titian and his aides: Madonna with Child on a throne and Saints Matthew (?), Anne and Girolamo (first half of 17th Century)

04 VALLE DI CADORE
Church of Saint Mark

  • Francesco Vecellio: Madonna with Child, Saints Mark, Albino (?) and Lucano (?) (first half of 17th Century)

05 PIEVE DI CADORE / Nebbiù
Church of Saint Bartholomew the Apostle

  • Marco Vecellio:  Madonna with Child, Saint Anthony of Egypt, Saint Lucia and Saint Mary Magdalene (1584)

06 PIEVE DI CADORE / Tai
Church of Saint Candido

  • Cesare Vecellio, set of three paintings: Madonna with Child and Saints Candido, Oswald, Apollonio and Maurizio

07 PERAROLO DI CADORE
Church of Saint Rocco

  • Francesco Vecellio: Madonna with Child and Saints Rocco and Sebastian (second decade of 17th Century)

Church of Saints Rocco and Sebastian

  • Fabrizio Vecellio: Saints Lucia and Apollonia (end of 17th Century)

08 PIEVE DI CADORE
Archdeaconal Church Saint Maria

  • Titian and his aides: Madonna with Child between Saints Titian, Andrea and a follower (circa 1565-1566)
  • Francesco Vecellio: Madonna with Child, Saints Rocco and Sebastian (second decade of 17th Century)
  • Marco Vecellio: Last Supper (1585); Martrydom of Saint Caterina of Alessandria (1608); Madonna of the Rosary, Saints Domenico and Caterina of Siena (end of 17th Century)
  • Cesare Vecellio: Saints Peter and Paul, Angel and Madonna (circa 1580)
  • Anonymous, copy of Titian: Madonna with Child and Angels (circa 1650)

Palace of Magnifica Comunità di Cadore

  • Cesare Vecellio: The dedication of Cadore to Venice (1599)
  • Marco Vecellio: Madonna with Child, Saint Mark and allegories of Loyalty and Strength (end of 17th Century)

09 CALALZO DI CADORE
Saint Biagio Church

  • Orazio Vecellio: Saint Peter and the Annunciation; St Peter and the Nativity; Saint Vito and the Adoration of the Magi; Saint Anthony of Egypt and the presentation at the Temple (1566)

10 DOMEGGE DI CADORE / Vallesella
Saint Vigilio Church

  • Francesco Vecellio: Madonna with Child between Saints Rocco and Sebastian (first half of the 17th Century)

11 DOMEGGE DI CADORE
Saint Rocco Church

  • Francesco Vecellio: Madonna with Child between Saints Rocco and Sebastian (first half of the 17th Century)

Saint George Church

  • Marco Vecellio: Madonna with Child between Saints Lucia and Apollonia (1591)

Our Lady of Health Church

  • Anonymous, copy of Titian: Madonna with Child and Angels (18th Century)

12 VIGO DI CADORE / Pelos
Church of Saint Bernardino

  • Marco Vecellio: Madonna with Child, Saint Bernardino of Siena, Saints Peter and Daniel (end of the 17th Century)

13 VIGO DI CADORE
Church of Saint Martin

  • Cesare Vecellio: The beheading of Saint John the Baptist; Saint Caterina of Alessandria (end of the 17th Century)

Church of the Difesa

  • Cesare Vecellio: Saints Rocco and Sebastian (end of the 17th Century)

14 DANTA DI CADORE
Church of Saints Rocco and Sebastian

  • Francesco Vecellio: Madonna with Child between Saints Rocco and Sebastian (fourth decade of 17th Century)

 

15 COMELICO SUPERIORE / Padola

Church of Saint Luke

  • Cesare Vecellio: Pope Saint Silvester (1582)

16 COMELICO SUPERIORE / Candide
Church of Saint Maria Assunta

  • Francesco Vecellio: Saints Andrew and John the Baptist; Madonna with Child (circa 17th Century)

17 SAN PIETRO DI CADORE
Church of Saint Peter

  • Marco Vecellio: Saints Peter, Paul and Simon (1588)

12 Mag

Geographical Context

In INFO by admin / 12 maggio 2013 / 0 Comments

Cadore is situated in a picturesque location and represents one of Italy’s most beautiful and enchanting territories, set apart by its uniqueness in both geological and historical terms. It covers an area of 1,427 km2 and is made up of 22 parishes.
It shares borders with the province of Bolzano (Val Pusteria) to the north/north-west, with the provinces of Pordenone and Udine to the east/south-east, with the Belluno region to the south and with the Agordino and Zoldano areas to the west.

HOW TO REACH CADORE
Train: to Calalzo di Cadore. Calalzo’s railway station is the terminus for services from Venice, Mestre and Padua.
Car: A27 Venice – Ponte nelle Alpi, then SS51 towards Longarone and Tai di Cadore. At the Tai crossroads turn right for Calalzo, Comelico and Auronzo, and left for the Valle del Boite and Cortina.
Air: the closest airports are Venice “Marco Polo” (135 km) and Treviso “S.Angelo” (100 km).

14 Nov

Il Cadore: terra magica

In INFO by admin / 14 novembre 2012 / 0 Comments

Il Cadore, terra accomunata dalla multiforme parlata Ladina, che amministra il patrimonio boschivo attraverso la secolare istituzione delle Regole e che viene rappresentata dalla Magnifica Comunità di Cadore sin dal 1338.
Unito sotto un solo nome ma suddiviso in diverse zone, il Cadore viene qui unificato per mostrare quanto sia ricco di bellezze naturali e culturali: una valorizzazione che va curata unendo le forze e superando i confini campanilisti. Alcune cime delle Dolomiti che dominano queste vallate sono state dichiarate Patrimonio dell’Unesco il 26 giugno 2009, dando un giusto riconoscimento alle bellezze paesaggistiche che lo caratterizzano. Ma il Patrimonio del Cadore si estende anche ai suoi tesori nascosti che questa guida ha raccolto in pillole, suddividendoli per Comune, nell’intento di stimolare la curiosità del turista ma anche dell’autoctono che spesso ignora “l’orto” del vicino.

Marta De Zolt

*Credit foto: Valle di Cadore di Aldo Del Favero

 

14 Nov

The Dolomites Cycleway – La Lunga Via delle Dolomiti

In SPECIALI by admin / 14 novembre 2012 / 0 Comments

The Dolomites Cycleway is renowned as one of the most spectacular cycle routes in Europe. This is thanks to the landscape through which it extends, surrounded by famous peaks in the Dolomites range including the Antelao, Pelmo, Croda Marcora and the Tofane. It connects Calalzo di Cadore to Cortina d’Ampezzo before continuing to Cimabanche, where Belluno province ends and that of Bolzano begins. The cycleway follows the tracks of the old Dolomites railway, built during the First World War and closed in 1964. Along the route, which plunges into spectacular tunnels and crosses fast torrents over breathtaking bridges, one can still see the small stations which have witnessed many historic events over the years, from world wars to the 1956 Winter Olympics held in Cortina.
It is an itinerary open to all, connected to the north with the major towns in the Pusteria valley towards Austria, and to the south towards Venice.
Pedalling in the Dolomites is a unique experience which will allow you to enjoy the architectural beauty, tastes and traditions of these lands rich in history and legend.

INFO
www.ciclabiledolomiti.com

14 Nov

Dolomiti Bellunesi

In EXTRA by admin / 14 novembre 2012 / 0 Comments

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14 Nov

Forum

In FORUM by admin / 14 novembre 2012 / 0 Comments

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