VENICE

Built on stilts and forming an archipelago of 118 small islands, Venice repose on a liquid tapestry of calm canals and lazy lagoons, 2.5 miles from Veneto’s velvet mainland. Venice is a mix of tradition and prestige, which for centuries enjoyed a reputation for visitors from all over the world. Known and loved for its charm and its beautiful sights Venice is a real open-air museum and is considered the world cultural capital for its Art and Architecture; churches, museums and art galleries can be found in every corner of the city, and the visitor is free to organise the itinerary in any way whatsoever. A glimpse of the city's luminous quality is seen from gliding gondolas, and explored on foot through narrow "calli", linked one to another by ornate stone bridges. Painted Palazzi, Byzantine Basilicas and Baroque Domes complete with dove-flocked piazzas, are reflected in the dancing waters.

San Marco square is the heart of the old city center of Venice and one of the most beautiful squares in the world, a real marble salon, the city center for centuries. This great square overlooking the water is a mixture of spaces, volumes and styles: the Basilica San Marco, the Procurator's residence, the Bell tower of St. Mark (Campanile di San Marco), the Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale) and the Sansoviniana Bookshop.
Saint Mark's Basilica is a monument made unique by both its wealth of history and the magnificence of its façade and interior. In essence, it is a splendid workshop, where, through the centuries, worked great Italian and European artists.
The Palazzo Ducale, or Doge’s Palace, was the seat of the government of Venice for centuries, it is a symbol of the city, located in the cultural center, St Mark's square.
Bell tower of St. Mark (Campanile di San Marco) offers great views of Venice and the lagoon.
The beautiful Clock tower (Torre dell'Orologio) is another impressive building at San Marco square where you can see the zodiac signs and the lunar phase.
Grand Canal, Italian Canale Grande, main waterway of Venice, following a natural channel that traces a reverse-S course from San Marco Basilica to Santa Chiara Church and divides the city into two parts. The Grand Canal is lined on either side by palaces, churches, hotels, and other public buildings in Romanesque, Gothic, and Renaissance styles. There are beautiful buildings stretching out all along the Grand Canal, but the key sight on the journey from the Stazione to the Plaza San Marco is the Rialto bridge, striding the Canal Grande about half way up its length.
The Rialto Bridge is the most famous and oldest of the bridges that cross the Grand Canal. And many many other...

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