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Salone del volo

13 to 15 September 2013 in Padua –

Padua is home to the sixth Hall of Flight – Air Festival, from 13 to 15 September 2013 at Civilian Airport of Padova “Gino Allegri”. The exposure of the products and the presentation of the services of the companies listed is integrated into a program of conferences, workshops and exhibitions.

Three days on the forecourt of Allegri will be showcasing the main novelties of sport and recreational aircraft, as well as accessories, technology, components, clothing. Space will also be given to sports associations (parachuting, paragliding) and flight schools.

The Show is also confirmed as a moment of debate on issues related to aviation, thanks to a rational program of conferences and round tables with the participation of leading experts in the sector at national level. The 2013 edition focuses, with stand and ad hoc conferences, training of new professional technical figures from the world of flight.

Further element of showmanship will be given by the many visitors aircrafts that will land at the airport Allegri during the three days of the fair. The event is indeed a brand recognized and appreciated among the more than ten thousand pilots and aircraft owners in Italy and has earned a large number of loyal abroad, including Germany, Austria, Croatia and Slovenia.


Nights of Art

July 30 to September 1, 2013 in Padua

Padua is home to “Notturni d’Arte 2013”: a series of initiatives that present to the public the story of the origins of the ancient civilizations of the Venetians.

Tours led by art historians and experts in the area and enlivened by performances and literary readings will lead visitors to the knowledge of ancient Venetians through the discoveries during the centuries from the ground, still prodigal of surprises, and the most significant places of Roman Padua and Early Christian age.

Among the places included in the 2013 program are the Venetkens Show at the Palazzo della Ragione, the archaeological area of ​​Maldura Palace, the Roman amphitheater, the Museum of archaeological science and art of the Department of Antiquity, University of Padova, the Shrine of st. Prosdocimus in the Basilica of st. Justina, the St. Nicholas Church. Sofia and the Cathedral.

At the closing night on September 1, the Civic Wind Orchestra of Padua organizes a concert at the Castle Carrara.