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Ancient fish market

In Comacchio, the little Venice, there is an ancient fish market (seventeenth century).

Every day the market is carried out, but in the foggy morning of 18 March there was a single bench of sale.
Also because of the foggy atmosphere, this market does not have many colors. The only strong colors are given from stories of the fishermen to their friends. But these colors do not appear in the photographs.

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Copyright: Claudio lanconelli
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Uploaded: 30/10/2009
Updated: 17/09/2014
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