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FRANCE – MARCH 2015 WORKSHOP BY San Domenico SavioSan Domenico Savio Middle SchoolMiddle School in Porto Viro (ITALY)in Porto Viro (ITALY)
ROMANESQUE AND GOTHIC ART IN ITALY
Dome of Modena Made by Italian students
Saint Ambrogio Basilica in Milan
Capitals made by Italian students
Montecassino Abbey destroyed during the World War II
Miniature Art Montecassino Abbey Made by Italian students
Dome of Orvieto Made by Italian students
Saint Francis Cathedral in Assisi
Frescos about the life of Saint Francis Made by Italian students
Palazzo Vecchio (the town hall of Florence)
Palazzo Ducale in Venice Capitals made by Italian students
Italian students at work
GREECE – DECEMBER 2014 WORKSHOP BY San Domenico SavioSan Domenico Savio Middle SchoolMiddle School in Porto Viro (ITALY)in Porto Viro (ITALY)
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Visit the tourist attractions-Milan Milan's Duomo, or Cathedral, is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Construction started in 1386 but took nearly.
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