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May '19

Traveling Venice

Venice is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The city looks like a kind of fairy tale. Built around hundreds of small marshy islands linked by a huge number of channels, Venice has an area of only 8 square kilometers. But, nevertheless, the streets of Venice with its churches and elegant little squares seem endless. Strange intersections, blind alleys, secluded courtyards – topography Venice is just as confused as its long history.

In Venice, little that is arranged by the usual rules of most tourists. Venice is one of the world's art centers. The city has 95 churches and 20 museums, which literally filled with paintings and museums. And the city is more like an open air museum than a living city. Every year millions of tourists visit the city, where tens of times more than the actual inhabitants of Venice.

And those few people who live in Venice, so in love with their city, as it can only love art and newlyweds. Venetians realize the beauty of what they live, and are often surprised to something, which they did not notice before. They charm the city is much deeper, they see something that escaped the attention of tourists who come on too short a time and feel a little shabby Venice except St. Mark's Square and the Grand Canal. Venice is divided into six districts, which have existed, even from the 12th century. These areas are in turn divided into 30 districts. Although the city can go from one end of an hour, until the first half of the 20 century, most Venetians did not leave his district. Small shops were everywhere and a great many Venetians were not required to walk on the Piazza San Marco or the Rialto market. Today, many native Venetians left the city. The main activity of citizens – tourism.

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