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Grandi navi, l’accusa del columnist britannico: «Venezia svenduta»

La Nuova – L’opinionista britannico Lee Marshall porta la questione grandi navi su «Internazionale»: «Venezia muore per colpa dei politici locali». E il mondo guarda alla Laguna VENEZIA .«Venezia svenduta dai politici locali». L’atto d’accusa arriva da uno dei più autorevoli giornalisti stranieri che vivono in Italia, Lee Marshall, collaboratore di «Traveller» e blogger di «Internazionale». «Il problema delle grandi navi ...

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Journées Internationale de lutte contre les Grands Navires

PaperBlog.fr Il existe désormais une chanson de lutte contre les maxi navires de croisière dans la lagune de Venise, paroles et musique de Margot Galante Garrone. “Par tera e par mar” : trois jours d’événement organisés par le comité No Grandi Navi qui se bat contre l’entrée des “gratte-ciel de la mer” dans notre lagune. Retour sur la journée et la soirée ...

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Venice cruise protesters resolute after police clash

Ansa – English ‘No Big Ships’ movement demands inclusion in govt talks (ANSA) – Venice, June 10 – The grass-roots movement to block large cruise vessels from passing through Venice demanded again to be included in government talks on the issue. The group, known as No Grandi Navi (No Big Ships), issued its statement a day after police clashed with ...

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‘No Grandi Navi’ Protest In Venice

Diretta-News VENICE, ITALY – JUNE 09: Protesters clash with police during the blockage of the Venice Tourist Port on June 9, 2013 in Venice, Italy. Three days of protests are being organised by Venetians and environmentalists, who are opposed to cruise ships crossing the St Mark’s

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Venice Protest: ‘No to Big Cruise Ships!’

The Nation  Flying into Venice for a long-awaited vacation, the biggest thing we could see from the air was not the Piazza San Marco, or the Doge’s Palace, or the Basilica—the biggest thing in Venice was a cruise ship docked in the passenger port. In town an hour later, we saw the posters, which said (in Italian, of course), “Defend the ...

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