The Grand Canal Venezia The main street of Venice, everything started here building piles, the sinuous path of an ancient river in its final stretch, which flowed across the lagoon, among small islands.
Saint Mark’s Basilica Venezia As the photographers amaze, even on a foggy day, I chose this photo because from the bottom you are enchanted to look, beautiful, beautiful, the Cathedral in Piazza San Marco is one of the most admired symbols of Italy’s artistic and architectural beauty. Summarizes, elegance, different styles embellished with sumptuous decorations of mosaics, marbles, columns, and sculptures.
The narrow channels in Venice Venezia This is why the gondolas are so narrow and long, if not, as they would pass in these channels.
The symbol of Venice. ‘La Gondola’. When I was a child at every house I visited, friends, … etc, on top of the television as an ornament, there was a plastic gondola, now they don’t want to see it anymore. You see, now it’s the foreigners who have the plastic gondola as an ornament. They are Chinese, Americans, Russians, perhaps Italians can no longer afford to visit Venice, or perhaps Italians only go abroad.
The Rialto Bridge in Venice. A unique construction, joins the islands of Venice, from everywhere the photographer’s bridge is spectacular at every hour day and night and full of tourists. From the highest point on the two sides, you can see glimpses of Venice seen in all the postcards of Venice.
The woman in red is always mysterious. Only to see her wandering under the colonnade of Piazza San Marco in Venice, on a cold and foggy March afternoon, creates a unique and timeless emotion.