Venice in the war. The protection of monuments

Book/Photograph

Description

English

This photograph shows the way monuments in Venice were protected during the war. Wooden beams, sandbags and protective walls were used to shield them from falling bombs.

Italian

Viene documentata l'articolata e copmplessa attività di protezione preventiva dei monumenti: vengono utilizzate travi di legni, sacchi di sabbia e protezioni murarie.

Full title
The protection of monuments (Venice in the war)
Created
1916
Format
Book / Photograph
Held by
Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze
Usage Terms
Free from known copyright restrictions

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