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It is known as Venice, and it is famous for its picturesque beauty, and the city is called by many titles such as the Queen of the Adriatic Sea, the City of Waters, the City of Luggage, Bridges, Floating Channels, and this city since ancient times was the capital of the Republic of Venice, which is the major naval power during the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and the starting area For the Crusades, the Battle of Lepanto, and an important center of commerce such as silk, grains, and spices, Venice played an important role in the history of symphonic music, and it was the birthplace of Antonio Vivaldi.

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It is one of the most important cities of the European continent, and it is located in the northeastern part of Italy on a group of 118 small islands separated by canals, connected to each other by bridges, and is located in the Lake of Venice, which extends along the coastline between the mouths of Bo and Piave, and its coordinates are limited to 45 ° 26′15 ″ to the north, and 12 ° 20′9 ″ to the east, the city consists of six regions, and each region is divided into many neighborhoods, the most important of which are the neighborhoods: Cannaregio, San Polo, Dorsoduro, Giudecca, Isola Saca, Santa Croce, San Marco, San Giorgio Maggiore, Castello and San Pietro de Castello.

Miscellaneous information

Below is a variety of information about the city of Venice:

  • the climate: The city has a humid subtropical climate CFA, so during the winter it is cold, and during the summer is very hot. The average temperature for 24 hours in January to 3.3 degrees Celsius, and July 23.0 degrees Celsius, and the precipitation is relatively equal throughout the year, and averages 748 mm.
  • Economy: The region was an important strategic point in this field through its presence in many economic centers, and its economy is currently based on tourism, shipbuilding, commercial services, and industrial exports such as glass production in the regions of Murano and Burano.
  • tourism: The city receives approximately 50 thousand tourists daily, and more than 3 million tourists in one year, due to its reputation for art and architecture, and is an important center for conferences, international festivals such as the Venice Biennial, the Venice Film Festival, and other areas such as the San Marco Church, the Grand Canal, and San Square Marco and Lido di Venezia are an important and global destination for attracting actors, critics, and celebrities.
  • Waterways: Many channels have been built such as more than 400 bridges, which provide multiple services such as human transport, and the transport of multiple goods, and there are many that have been created such as the Rialto Bridge, Ponte del Academia and Ponte delle Scalzi.
  • Main land: The city consists of five administrative divisions, namely, Mestre, Marghera, Favaro, Viento, and Zellarno. Mestre is the center, and the most crowded region, and there are many buses and tram lines that serve these areas.

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