Caorle Local Customs

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    I casoni.

    by Maurizioago Written Nov 18, 2013
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    Casoni are big huts used as temporary homes for fishermen. There are lot of them at the Caorle lagoon.

    The first casoni were built centuries ago.

    They have only a room with a table, chairs, stove and everything people need to live in that area. Today these huts are still used by several fishermen. You can visit some inside if you take a boat trip (see transportation tip...)

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    La Luna Nel Pozzo.

    by Maurizioago Updated Oct 6, 2013
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    La Luna nel Pozzo is a festival of "street art" which takes place at the beginning of september every year for some days. Lots of artists from Italy and from various countries of Europe (even from other continents) come to perform in various squares of Caorle. So you can enjoy some shows of acrobats, clowns, dance, music and so on. If you miss some performance you can have the opportunity to watch it later on. In fact the same shows are repeated for two or three times the same day or the next ones.

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    La Luna Nel Pozzo.

    by Maurizioago Written Oct 4, 2013

    La Luna nel Pozzo is a festival of "street art" which takes place at the beginning of september every year. Lots of artists from Italy and from various countries of Europe (even from other continents) come to perform in various squares of Caorle. This way you can enjoy some shows of acrobats, clowns, dance, music and so on. If you miss some performance you can have the opportunity to watch it later on. In fact the same shows are repeated for two or three times the same day or the next one. This festival lasts a week end.

    Don't miss it if you are in Caorle at the beginning of Septemper!

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    Scogliera Viva.

    by Maurizioago Updated Oct 1, 2013

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    Every two years; probably in june; some sculptors from Italy and from abroad come to Caorle to enter a contest called Scogliera Viva. They choose a big stone on the beach and create their masterpiece that will live forever.

    You find these sculptures near the church on spiaggia (beach) di Ponente.

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