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The planet’s most magical city is a jumble of peaceful streets, each with their history and treasure to discover.
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Venice: 100 years after the First World War
A visit to some of the coastal fortifications along a historic route, not far from Venice, on the centenary of the First World War.For the last few years, the centenary of the First World War has been remembered. Celebrations will…
The Grand Canal winds through Venice like a long snake, dividing the city into two parts. This separation poses a problem for those who are on foot and need to get from one part to another.The need to feel one might always be able…
Take to the water
The boats typical of the Venetian lagoon and the Adriatic Sea have shaped the history, economy and life of the city.Caorline, mascarete, sandoli, s’cioponi, topi, peate, burci, bragozzi, pieleghi and trabaccoli and of course the w…