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Venice, A Work of Art

Venice isn’t just romantic. It isn’t just filled with art treasures. It doesn’t merely host an array of the finest architecture, villas and palaces. It is all this and more. Much, much more. St. Mark’s Basilica is just one example among so many. This church is the rival of St. Peter’s in Rome. Not as […]

By : Our World Cities Date : January 7, 2021 Category : Our World Cities Venice Comments :
Venice Carnival, Italy
Venice’s Carnival

The famed Carnevale di Venezia has very old origins. There are documents as far back as 1268 discussing its games during the celebration. Though the carnival faded after Napoleon’s invasion, it came roaring back again. Today, it is one of this already festive city’s most celebrated events. It takes place typically in February, and continues […]

By : Our World Cities Date : January 7, 2021 Category : Our World Cities Venice Comments :
Ca' d'Oro
Venice Ca’ d’Oro

The Golden House of Venice is one of the city’s most outstanding works of architecture. In a city renowned for them, that is quite a claim. But the accolade is well earned. As a main European center of trade for centuries, Venice enjoyed influences from all over the continent and the Middle East. This mixture […]

By : Our World Cities Date : January 7, 2021 Category : Our World Cities Venice Comments :
Teatro La Fenice, Side View
Teatro La Fenice

The Fenice Theater in Venice is a world famous opera house. But even for those whose musical tastes run elsewhere, it’s a tourist’s delight. First constructed in the late 18th century, the theater burned to the ground in January of 1996. Official investigations led to uncertain conclusions, but arson was strongly suspected. What no official […]

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