The three-masted barque Belem sailing
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A special edition of this poster to celebrate the return of Belem to Venice in 2014. In 1951, Count Vittorio Cini bought the Belem (then called Ghost II) to Sir Arthur Guinness. He turned her into a school ship and renamed her Giorgio Cini in memory of his son after his death. This is how the Belem became Italian for 27 years.
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