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Tourism in Venice
Venice or Venice is one of the most romantic cities in the world, and it is the most beautiful city built by man. Venice is sometimes called the Water City because of its channels, as it contains more than 150 channels, and these channels are the main means of transportation throughout the city, and just as Venice One of the best attractions in Europe, and it contains several tourist places, some of which we mention in this article.
San Marco Square
St. Mark’s Square is the main square in Venice, and the square contains the Doge’s Palace, which is the most exciting place in Venice, and St. Mark’s Cathedral, which was built in 832 AD and is an architectural mix between eastern and western architecture, and St. Mark’s Square is a great place to enjoy the natural scenery and people, and surrounds The square has elegant cafes and luxury shops on both sides of the road, and tourists can listen to live music, walk and take pictures in San Marco Square.
Rialto Bridge (in English: Ponte di Rialto) is the main bridge that crosses the Grand Canal in the heart of Venice, and is more than 400 years old, and is located next to the Rialto Market, a food market that contains a lot of small stores.
Lake Venice, islands
The city of Venice consists of a group of islands that are linked by canals. The islands around Venice can be discovered by walking the boat for a few miles. The most important of these islands are the island of Murano, Burano, Torcello, and San Urazama, which is the largest island in Lake Venice, an agricultural island that produces a lot Fresh fruits and vegetables sold in Venice.
San Giorgio Maggiore Church
The designer Andrea Palladio began designing the Church of San Giorgio Maggiore in 1566 AD, and Vincenzo Scogi finished it in 1610 AD, and it is one of the most important sights in Venice that can be seen when approaching the sea.