2011 Soul Holidays
From 20 July 2011 to 24 July 2011
The title of the event is I have time for and will be centred on the role of Time in all its guises and explanations: the event will allow participants to stop and listen to their souls, in peace and harmony with the enchanting places around to regain lost time, a unique occasion to talk about time together with guests aptly prepared to talk about this subject, such as mathematicians, historians, astrophysics and psychologists, and also musicians, scholars and philosophers.
Soul holidays will last from 20 to 24 July 2011, five days dedicated to culture and learning, in the fabulous natural setting of the Pre-alpine area of Veneto and the Treviso March. The days will include mornings with informative seminars and special guided visits, followed by evening parties with special guests and shows. There will be visits to the trenches of Mount Pallon, the magnificent Villa Maser and the Canova Museum, in the evenings there will be many more cultural events such as, the concert of the pianist Filippo Faes and debates on time with famous scholars. Young people joining the event will be able to participate in a special competition, when they will be asked to present their thoughts on the theme of time. Winners will receive a money token that refunds the cost of the event fee.
The listed events will take place across the most interesting areas of the territory surrounding Asolo, Cavaso del Tomba, Monfumo and Maser, magnificent lands, rich in culture, surrounded by an unmatched nature that should be relished without rushing and instead taking all the necessary time.
Period: From 20 July 2011 to 24 July 2011
Event location: Cavaso del Tomba (TV)Asolo (TV)Monte Pallon (TV)Maser (TV)Monfumo (TV)
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