The Ca’ d’Oro or golden house is one of those wonderful buildings at the Canale Grande in Venezia, Italy. It was built from 1421 on in marble and contains many rich golden decorations. It is an example for the richness of the city.
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Burano is a small island in the laguna of Venezia, Italy. You can reach it on a boat tour going from the main island to Murano, Burano and Torcello. The island is beautiful because of the houses colored in different colors. It’s like pop art.
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The island of Murano is located in the laguna of Venezia, Italy. It is known mostly for its tradition in producing glass – still today you can see the glassblower working in their small factories. The main channel is called Canale di San Donato and it it is nice to walk along.
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I’ve been to Venezia, Italy as a child with my father – but the first time I can really remember was when we returned guiding a tourist group at the time of the Carnevale di Venezia. A time when the city is especially crowded with tourists.
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The Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta is a church on the island of Torcello belonging to Venezia, Italy. It is located in the so called laguna morta where you don’t recognize the tides anymore.
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Venezia, Italy is built in a laguna – with houses on wooden pillars. Where to have a graveyard in this situation? Venezia has an own island (San Michele) for this purpose and on this you can find the Cimitero di San Michele.
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