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Gondolas, palaces and Venetian joie de vivre
Venice, “la Serenissima” (“the most serene”), and its lagoon have been a UNESCO world heritage site since 1987. The historical centre covers over 118 islands in the lagoon between the estuaries of the Po in the south and the Piave in the north. Venice is a veritable city of water with its many canals and supposed 444 bridges spanning the Adriatic coast. Stroll over the Rialto bridge, through San Marco square, visit Murano, the island of glass-blowers, or seek inspiration as artists galore have done as they captured the play of water and light in their works. Enjoy Venice’s joie de vivre, its culinary delicacies and its wealth of culture!
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