Florian Caffè

Florian Caffè

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Florian Caffè

It is the oldest Italian coffee, and together with Café Procope in Paris, the oldest café in the world. It was opened on 29 December 1720 by Floriano Francesconi.

Giacomo Casanova courted "his" ladies there and Carlo Goldoni went inside while still a boy. Famous people like Gasparo Gozzi, Parini, Pellico, Lord Byron, Foscolo, Charles Dickens, Goethe, Rousseau, Gabriele d'Annunzio used to go there too.

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  • alexander stefanatos 20/11/2015 12:03

    What a place really,Patricia!...Blends so nicely with the great historic past of the city..But, among the names, you've missed that of great Luchino Visconti sipping his morning coffee here while planning his masterpiece "Death in Venice" He mentioned it in one of his interviews! Your photo is excellent!
    friendly regards
  • Cesar Matamoros II 14/11/2015 20:08

    Excellent exposure and composition. I like the stark contrast of the interior with its artificial lighting and the monochromatic exterior.
  • archiek 14/11/2015 19:37

    Good view of the old cafe. I think it would be fun to sit there some day and watch the people go by.
    Best regards,
  • Janos Gardonyi 12/11/2015 19:45

    nice ambience of faded glory..... janos
  • Anja Müller-Lutz 10/11/2015 22:44

    Schöne Stimmung. Super eingefangen!
    Gruß Anja
  • Mark Billiau. 10/11/2015 9:16

    Well exposed capture of the artificial illuminations !

  • Harold Thompson 10/11/2015 9:15

    Well exposed evening scene nicely composed
    :-)) Harold
  • Sue Thompson 10/11/2015 8:40

    Dark, yet colourful and rather inviting.



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