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Venice, the Serenissima, one of the most famous cities in the world for its urban peculiarity and its romanticism, was named World Heritage Site by UNESCO along with its lagoon. This city is divided into an endless series of paths and bridges to cross the numerous canals and can be visited only on foot or by means of water transport, by boat, by Vaporetto or by the characteristic gondolas.During a trip to Venice you cannot miss Piazza San Marco, the most important and renowned, with its huge library and the very high bell tower Campanile, the Bridge of Sighs, the Grand Canal, the Galleria dell'Accademia, the museums of Ca 'Pesaro, the Clock Tower, the many churches including Santa Maria di Nazareth and San Giovanni e Paolo, the numerous palaces and buildings that show off the many artistic currents that have touched Venice over the years.A special mention of the Rialto Market, with the screams of the sellers and the wonderful and colorful Carnival, with the traditional flight of the Angel in Piazza San Marco.

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