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S.Marco Tower

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

View from S.Marco tower Originally built as a lighthouse to assist navigation in the lagoon, visitors can be whisked by elevator to the top of St. Mark'<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/s-marco-tower">...(more)</a>

S.Giorgio

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

S.Giorgio Maggiore ile One of the most wonderful place in Venice, for surethe bast view over S.Marco. Both from the bell tower and from the front of the beautyful Palladian facade

S.Giacometto

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

Oldest church of Venice? Maybe, but also S.Pietro in Castello, S.Nicolò dei Mendicoli are claimed to be as ancient

S.Erasmo, vaporetto

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

goodbye beautyful ile... evening light on S.Erasmo imbarcadero (imbarcadero is the vaporetto stop...) This is a real and barely turistic ile, so I was quite alone waiting for my boat back to Venice.

S.Aponal

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

Campo S.Aponal

sight near guggenheim

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

Rialto

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

Il Ponte di Rialto during carnival Rialto bridge is oone of the three bridges that cross the Grand Canal - the others two are th<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/rialto-in-venice-italy-by-luca-vascon">...(more)</a>

Rialto

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

Il Ponte di Rialto during carnival Rialto bridge is oone of the three bridges that cross the Grand Canal - the others two are the Accademia Bri<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/rialto-in-venice-italy">...(more)</a>

Rialto

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

Il Ponte di Rialto during carnival Rialto bridge is oone of the three bridges that cross the Grand Canal - the others two are the Accademia Bridge and the Scal<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/rialto">...(more)</a>

Rialto in a foggy day

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

Rialto

Redentore, Ponte Lungo

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

Sunset on Ponte Lungo With the Redentore light still hanging, summer 2006

redentore-boats

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

Boats waiting for Redentore Night The Redentore festival is one of the best-loved by Venetians, as hundreds of boats decorated with br<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/redentore-boats-in-venice-italy">...(more)</a>

redentore-boats

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

Boats waiting for Redentore Night The Redentore festival is one of the best-loved by Venetians, as hundreds of boats decorated with branches and multi<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/redentore-boats">...(more)</a>

redentore-church

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

view from 6meters high

Procuratie Vecchie

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

Passage in Procuratie Procuratie Vecchie, begun around 1500, with designs by Mauro Codussi. Once the home of the Procurators of San Marco, whose re<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/procuratie-vecchie">...(more)</a>

night in venice...

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

so quiet, so buisy.

ponte del redentore

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

Il Ponte del Redentore The Redentore night is the most Venetian of Venetian fiestas. To celebrate it a wooden floating bridge of b<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/ponte-del-redentore-in-venice-italy">...(more)</a>

ponte del redentore

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

Il Ponte del Redentore The Redentore night is the most Venetian of Venetian fiestas. To celebrate it a wooden floating bridge of boats is built on<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/ponte-del-redentore">...(more)</a>

ponte avogaria

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

avogaria bridge Calle Lunga is the hidden heart of Dorsoduro, mainly a place for residents, but you can find some lost tourist too. The name means "lon<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/ponte-avogaria">...(more)</a>

Piazza S.Marco

Published almost 6 years ago by Luca Vascon

need explanation? Really??