Take the water bus at the pier and you will be able to get to Glass Island in just 15 minutes. Glass Island is a world-famous glass producing area with unique craftsmanship. The most widely circulated is the glass blowing power. The glass museum on the island displays glass products of various ages. It is mostly beautiful in the 14th and 15th centuries. However, still do not let the photo.
We just happened to catch up with the glass master to burn a kettle (maybe also as a vase), and feel the slight heat wave across a few meters. Looking at the cold and hard glass, at this time obedient obedience in the hands of the master, this is like the process of making maltose is convincing. The objects that have been fired are placed in the brick kiln on the side and slowly cooled for two days, and then replaced in another place to cool down.
Murano is an island in Venice, Italy, also known as the Glass Island. It is famous for making colorful Murano glassware, especially brushed thermoplastic.
From a comfortable motorboat, depart from the Alilaguna pier in front of the Royal Gardens. It arrived very quickly, and Murano Island is located about 1.6 km north of the main island of Venice.
1291 The Republic of Venice is concerned that the fire in the glass factory will cause a fire in the Venetian city filled with wooden houses, and all the glass factories in Venice will be moved to Murano. Since then, Murano has become the center of the colorful glass manufacturing industry.
The island can visit the glassware workshop. It is also a master craftsman and a lot of beautiful glassware shops.
The colorful glass products shine under the light, the craftsman's handmade decoration, really beautiful to bubbling
here to show the world the secrets of glass art and the main innovative technology, known for the rich production of stained glass
Murano is the glass industry center of Venice, where the glass products produced are called Mulano Glass. It is famous for its beautiful and prosperous classical decoration style and fine handcrafting craftsmanship.
There are many Glass factories to visit and can also apply for short courses to learn to burn glass.
The name of the island "glass island" is directly known in China. Historically, the island produces the most beautiful glass products in Italy, and the entire island is a huge factory. In the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, because glass manufacturing technology is an important industrial secret, the government is worried about secret outflows, so as long as you enter the island to work as a glass artisan, this life will never leave the island. Basically, the island was a prison in disguise that year. Once upon a time, the fascinating glass products of the world of Venice have become no longer famous. The factories on the island have been closed down, leaving empty history and few poor workshops.
Abandoned factories are scattered throughout Murano, adding a bit of desolateness and horror to this small island. The timid children absolutely don't like to come here after dark. The works sold by only a few glass shops are cheap and featureless, and expensive and affordable. From the end of the commercial street to the other end, watch a glass show, strolling, the island will basically understand.
Murano Island is located north of the main island of Venice. Today, visiting the glass factory on Murano Island and watching the glass masters blow glass products on site has become one of the most indispensable items for visitors to Venice. At present, many glass workshops on the island are mostly operated in front of the store, and the business model of the back factory can enjoy the complete process of glass making here.