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✯ La fama de Murano

The glass came to Veneza about the year one thousand. The document demonstrates a Benedictine monk that made blisters Fiolario for home use. Thanks to its trade relations with the east, Veneza was the highest level of knowledge of the Egyptians, Phoenicians and Syrians. By 1100 the furnaces had to be moved to the nearby island of Murano (formerly Amurianum) because of the problems of pollution and fire hazards that they behaved. Born and raised in this way the fame of Murano and I grew where families are transmitted from generation to generation, recipes and secrets to anyone in the world has been able to match.-------- Murano (Venetian in Muran, occasionally Muran) is a city in northeastern Italy in the Veneto region, usually described as an island in the Venetian Lagoon, although it is clear that Venice is really a 118 set of islands connected by bridges 354. It is known worldwide by that artisanal production of artistic glass (blown). Thanks to the craftsmanship of the island, this has a great flow of tourists. This glass is usually Muranes object of imitation, but mostly the quality is poor in comparison.-------------------El vidrio llegó a Venecia aproximadamente en el año mil. Lo demuestra un documento del monje benedictino Fiolario que fabricaba ampollas para uso doméstico. Gracias a sus relaciones comerciales con el oriente, Veneza llevó a los máximos niveles los conocimientos de Egipcios, Fenicios y Sirios. Hacia el año 1100 fue necesario trasladar los hornos a la cercana isla de Murano (la antigua Amurianum) a causa de los problemas de contaminación y los riesgos de incendios que éstos comportaban. Nació y creció de esta manera la fama de Murano and grew donde las familias se transmiten, de generación en generación, recetas y secretos que nadie en el mundo ha podido igualar. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Buenos Aires, Argentina

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  • Uploaded on July 15, 2012
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    by Patricia Pato
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    • Taken on 2009/09/24 06:59:05
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