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“In the Woman's Building at the Columbian Exposition the history of lace, from prehistoric times to the most perfect specimens of the modern school of Burano, is illustrated in a collection of great interest, including the priceless antique laces graciously lent by Her Majesty the Queen of Italy.”
“The next day I got my period on the island of Burano and found one drugstore among all the lace shops.”
“The best street is on the small island of Burano, in Venice.”
“Mr. Bisà estimates that between 70 and 80 of the almost 1,500 houses on Burano are currently for sale.”
“Since 2002, he and his business partner, Tiberio Scozzafava-Jaeger, have rented a house on Burano, which serves both as home and as office.”
“Burano does not have hotels and nothing forbids turning empty houses into tourists' residences, as long as the project is respectful of the morphology of the island and of the Venetian lagoon," says Roberto Panciera, Venice's town councillor for tourism.”
“The idea is to convert many of Burano's former fishermen houses into accommodation for tourists.”
“But on Burano, no one identifies places by their actual names.”
“After docking at Burano, quiet welcomes the visitor to a 21-hectare village where there are no cars.”
“The new concept of the albergo diffuso, he adds, will allow tourists to become part of the cultural fabric of Burano, rather than day-trip consumers.”
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