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... tracks don’t lie, and we could just follow them. A quick and easy transaction and tickets were booked for Venice. (My apprehensions were to be found ridiculous. Most signs are translated into English and everyone speaks a little ...
... . Storefront after storefront boast beautiful glasswork and intricate masks harkening to an illustrious if not shady past of Venice history. Venice by night is the same neverending maze, but streets hold more mystery at night, and that ...
... things away. Nope, I am not a fan of birds. With both us and the pigeons fed we headed through the lovely streets of Venice to find piazza San Marco. We briefly considered taking a Gondola ride today but decided against it, as we want to take one ...
... a water bus down the Grand Canal, as we have finally admitted that we are not going to have a gondola ride. Our second time in Venice and still no Gondola ride :( The water in San Marco was now even higher than it was this morning and at night it actually ...
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San Marco 328, Venice, Veneto, Italy
Blending the architectural styles of East and West, Venice's magnificent basilica was consecrated in 832 AD as an ecclesiastical building to house the remains of St. Mark.
Campo dei Frari, San Polo Venice, Veneto, Italy
Originally built in the mid-13th century, Santa Maria dei Frari (St. Mary of the Friars) houses many masterpieces of Venetian Renaissance art, notably Giovanni Bellini's triptych "Madonna and Child with Saints," and the "Pesaro Madonna" by Titian, who is buried in the church.
St. Mark's Square, Venice, Veneto, Italy
The most impressive secular building in Venice, this palace served as the senate house, administrative center, hall of justice, public archive and prison up until the fall of the Venetian Republic in 1797.
Venice, Veneto, Italy
Venice's main water thoroughfare, lined with great Renaissance palaces, is a colorful and busy spectacle of gondolas and vaporetti.