Italy-1606 - Casanova once stayed here......

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    The basement of the Doge's Palace contains several prison cells which housed prisoners during their interrogation and trial. Giacomo Casanova (famous as a womanizer that his name remains synonymous with the art of seduction), the palace's most famous former prisoner, escaped from one of these cells in 1756.

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    1. micxs032(al michael) 69 months ago | reply

      interesting story, interesting place..

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    2. Roofer 1 69 months ago | reply

      Wonderful picture, love the perspective. Great history!

    3. Somdatt Yogi 69 months ago | reply

      Great Composition and Very Well Taken My Friend :-)

    4. jade2k 69 months ago | reply

      Excellent and very interesting photos and info, Dennis!!

    5. ladydipim 69 months ago | reply

      The girls got him in trouble eh? Nicely done

    6. z.patrizia 69 months ago | reply

      bella...nel tuo girovagare sei arrivato fino a San Leo

    7. Heniusia 69 months ago | reply

      Amazing vision, Dennis!!!!

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    9. `^Ashepsut^` [deleted] 69 months ago | reply

      Interesting shot Dennis. Very nice!
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    10. iTail ~ 4 MILLION VIEWS ~ Thanks to all. 69 months ago | reply

      Neat image ... nicely done Dennis ....

    11. The Lady of Shalot 69 months ago | reply

      Those jails were called "Piombi" (= lead), I guess for the chains they locked people in....

    12. Mystic Pekoe[off for a while] [deleted] 69 months ago | reply

      Excellent capture!

    13. eleda 1 69 months ago | reply

      nice capture -- and the best place to take a pic of a prison, from the outside LOl

    14. Tonton des Iles-Bye bye Everyone 69 months ago | reply

      Better to live outside than inside. Great set of shots Dennis.

    15. Acierman 69 months ago | reply

      these shots are fab .....nice job

    16. Tony Shertila 69 months ago | reply

      lovely slab on history and info
      thanks for sharing
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