Dear Friends of the Hotel Garden Terme,
Welcome to the new Season 2019!
George Bernard Shaw once said: “The advantage of a hotel is to be a good refuge from domestic life”. We want to be one of your shelters from everyday life and welcome you with fresh energy and many new features during the 2019 Season!


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May 11th – November 24th 2019
The 58th Venice International Art Exhibition, titled “May You Live In Interesting Times”, is curated by Ralph Rugoff (London Hayward Gallery) and organized by “La Biennale di Venezia” chaired by Paolo Baratta. The Exhibition develops from the Central Pavilion (Giardini) to the Arsenale and includes 79 artists from all over the world.


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September 28th 2019 – January 26th 2020
In 1853, Japan reopened its doors to the rest of the world. Mysterious and different, it was love at first sight, influencing art throughout Europe.


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October 26th 2019 – March 1st 2020
The Mellon Collection of French Art from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Palazzo Zabarella hosts, exclusively for Italy, over 70 masterpieces by Edgar Degas, Eugène Delacroix, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh and others, which celebrate Paul and Rachel ‘Bunny’ Lambert Mellon, two of the most important and refined American patrons of the twentieth century.


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October 25th 2019 – June 20th 2020
The entire space of the San Gaetano Cultural Center, great and magnificent, will host a major international exhibition, with around two hundred pieces from the world’s greatest museums such as the British Museum, Turin’s Egyptian Museum and the Vatican Museums. An unprecedented exhibition is dedicated to Giovanni Battista Belzoni and his incredible discoveries about ancient Egypt, which made him famous throughout the world, even if somewhat forgotten at home.


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The new museum of Abano Terme opens its doors in the rooms of the ancient 16th century residence. The Villa will be given back to the public with the frescoes on the main floor and the new arrangement of the Bassi Rathgeb collection: a patrimony of over 400 works.


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Villa Molin was built in 1597 for the important politician Niccolò Molin, ambassador of Venice republic and member of an illustrious noble family. When Nicolò wished to erect a villa for summer use that would be suited to the family’s standing, it was natural to turn to Scamozzi, first among Venetian architects at the moment.


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