Think of a fantastic scenario in Stra, of an impressive patrician villa, which belonged to the prominent Pisani family, in the Most Serene Republic of Venice. Then think of a photographic history of how, what and where people used to eat in Italy during a whole century (1860 -1960): traditions and habits, both public and private, places and occasions when Italians took place at the table. The National Museum of Villa Pisani was presented last month this exhibit in the year of the 2015 Milan Expo “Feeding the Planet: Energy for Life”.
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