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The Jewish Ghetto of Venice

The Jewish Ghetto of Venice is located in sestiere Canareggio and its origins are lost in the mists of time. The first Jews made their appearance in Venice during the 11th century, and their presence became even stronger in the 12th century. The History According to tradition, a district of Venice was named Giudecca because of [...]
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Venice Biennale

Venice, also known as La Serenissima, is famous for its architectural beauties and breathtaking sights, but has always been the protagonist of italian art and culture since the time of Doges and Maritime Republics. The millenary cultural tradition of Venice gave the world a great gift, which is Venice Biennale. In Italian Biennale di Venezia, nowadays [...]
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The Gondola

One of the main attractions of Venice is without a doubt the gondola. It is only by water that you can discover canals and views of Venice that are not accessible on foot. Features of Gondolas A tour of Venice on a typical gondola boat is a must-do if you are visiting this beautiful city. This [...]
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