Venice Carnival

Venice Carnival

Why Did Venetians Wear Masks?
There is something immediately striking about Venetian masks and the first question on most visitors’ lips is Why do Venetians wear masks? However, the real question is Why did Venetians wear masks? as modern Venetians are merely honouring and enjoying the mask-wear tradition established hundreds of years before. While there are various kinds of masks in Venice — some ostentatiously decorative and others incredibly simple — most of them were worn for the same reason: anonymity.

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