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The first Bridge over the Grand Canal in Venice – Rialto Bridge

When I think about Venice, I think also about the Rialto bridge. It is so famous that I couldn’t wait to see it in person. Photos give you a kind of idea but when you are actually in loco the … Continue reading

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The Church of Gold in Venice

The Basilica of Saint Mark – or also known as the Basilica di San Marco – is maybe the most famous church in Venice. It is located in the east side of the Piazza San Marco and at it is … Continue reading

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A Visit in the Doge’s Palace

Venice has a long history of glory and pride. It has been its own country and never had a king, but it had for a long time a powerful leader: the doge. He lived and acted like a king in … Continue reading

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Face Behind a Face – Venetian Masks

Venice is famous for being the city of love, for its many bridges, for the incredible amount of pigeons in the San Marco Place and the Serenissima. But also for the masks. And I saw countless masks of all seizes, … Continue reading

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Like a Bridge over Troubled Water – Bridges in Venice

Venice is famous for its many bridges. But did you know that there are 431 bridges in the city? And did you know that there are cities with many more bridges? The most bridges you can find, guess where? In … Continue reading

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