Venetian carnival mask free images

Venetian carnival mask free images

Venetian masks - It should be noted that, when the end of the Venetian Republic was nearing, the eighteenth-century fascist government outlawed the wearing of any kinds of masks at all. The popularity of the Carnevale season has been ever-changing over the years in Venice, as it is a constant battle between the residents looking to enjoy the more traditional and meaningful aspects of the festivities, and the hundreds of thousands of tourists who descend upon Venice every year for the two-week celebration.

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