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The Doge's Palace, Venice
The Doge’s Palace

Venice was a Republic for centuries before the system was adopted elsewhere apart from the Roman period, of course. But even then aspects of nobility in government were present. The Doge’s Palace was one such. It was home to the Doge, and was also used to house administrative offices, along with several prisons. First constructed […]

By : Our World Cities Date : January 7, 2021 Category : Our World Cities Venice Comments :
St Mark's Square
St Mark’s Campanile

The belltower of the Basilica di San Marco is much more than just an enclosure to house bells to ring the faithful on a Sunday morning. It is a symbol of Venice and one of its most significant structures. In a city like Venice, that’s quite a claim. The tower stands nearly 100 meters (98.6m […]

By : Our World Cities Date : January 7, 2021 Category : Our World Cities Venice Comments :
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