Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Trojan Seahorse

Trojan Horse, Effetto Venezia, LivornoWhat would a celebration of mythical Greece be without a Trojan Horse? The organizers of “Effetto Venezia” provided us with a rarity: an exact replica of the one made by the two-year-old Telemachus, the son of Odysseus. Not even the Pisans would have been tricked by this goofy seahorse.Trojan Horse, Effetto Venezia, LivornoConsidered that it was placed between the palm trees of “Piazza del Municipio”, I suspect that the only living beings you can find inside it are probably rats!

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External links: Effetto Venezia (Official site, in Italian)

14 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

I like it VP.

Halcyon said...

Did you look the gift horse in the mouth? ;)

Randy said...

Now that's fun.

Dina said...

Very funny, the whole post!

cieldequimper said...

Lol. With that porthole, I assume it's possible to go inside visit the rats?

Stefan Jansson said...

You never know, might fool someone!

Amish Stories said...

Greetings folks from the Amish community of Lebanon,pa. Richard

James Wei said...

Lucky this was not utilised in the time of ancient Greece. It would be a failed cause lol

Madge Bloom said...

Bright and whimsical!

Arianna said...

Ganzo quest'affare! Ciao, Arianna

Virginia said...

I was guessing a public toilet! HA
V

Traveling Hawk said...

But it made a good photo subject:)

VP said...

Virginia - Thar was a good idea!

JM said...

Funny post, VP! :-)