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VENETIAN ( VENICE ) AND NORTHERN VENETO

Much has been written and said about this marvelous place called Venice, which hosts many millions of visitors each year.

 

The world-famous historical and cultural city, and the birthplace of the Venetian school of painting, its architecture, paintings, sculptures, and operas play an essential position and influence in the world.

 

It’s Population of 343,000 (statistics show that in 1957, the permanent population of Venice is 174,000, and in October 2009 just announced the total number of permanent residents is less than 60,000, reaching the lowest level in history).

 

The main building was built on a shallow beach near the coast 4 kilometers away, with an average depth of 1.5 meters.

 

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It is connected to the land by railways, highways, and bridges. It is composed of 118 small islands which connect via 177 waterways and 401 bridges. It is called “water city,” “Hundred Island City,” “Bridge City” and “Water City.”

 

The world-famous historical and cultural city, and the birthplace of the Venetian School. Its architecture, paintings, sculptures, and operas have a significant position and influence in the world.

 

The floating city of Venice is the quintessence of the Renaissance. The only city in the world that does not have a car. God flows tears here, but it makes it more crystal-clear and tender, just like a romantic dream floating on the blue waves.

 

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Venice has a reputation of “being born of water, beautiful because of water, and buoyed by water” and enjoying the reputation of “water city,” “water city,” “100 island city,” “Adriatic queen,” and “bridge city.”.

 

The style of Venice is always inseparable from the “water,” the winding lanes, the clear waves flowing; it is like a romantic dream floating on the blue waves, poetic and lingering for a long time.

 

The history of Venice began in 453 a.d. when the peasants and fishers of Venice took refuge from the nomadic cults of the knife-hunters and turned to avoid this small island in the Adriatic Sea. Venice looks like a dolphin. The area of ​​the city is less than 7.8 square kilometers, but it consists of 118 small islands. The 177 canals are just like spider webs.

 

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