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A Brief History of Carnival First mention of the Venetian Carnival is in the 12th century, Carnival celebrated the victory of doge Vitale Michiel II over patriarch Ulrico in Aquileia in the year 1162.In the year 1296, with an official declaration, the Senate attributed “Carnival Tuesday” as a holiday. The early Carnival tradition ended in 1797, when with the “Campoformio Declaration”, Venice was then merged into Austria, and many traditions were forbidden. The Renaissance of Carnival in Venice Starting in 1979, many associations in Venice decided to recreate the lost traditions and the maximum glamour enjoyed during 13th century. Today numerous institutions working with the government , plan and promote the Carnival organization and activities in Venice and in neighbouring towns during the 10 days before Lent Wednesday.Carnival TodayThere is a phrase in Latin which sums up the Venice Festival to perfection. “Semel in anno licet insanire” This translates loosely as “it’s OK to go mad once a year” and it really sums up the spirit of frivolity and fun that fills this centuries old tradition. So come, won’t you join us in the Joy that is Carnival!

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