Venice - a dream

This square is called Campo Bandiera e Moro. The palace in the north (here in the light of the sun) is the Palazzo Gritti-Badoer and the church in the south-eastern corner San Giovanni in Bragora.
Square next to the church San Francesco della Vigna from the 16th century.
This is in front of the entrance to the Arsenale, where the Venetians had built their ships and weapons. It's said that in the 16th century there were 16000 workers. The winged lion above the gate is the symbol of Venice and the four lions in fron...
Square in front of the church San Stae (17th century) close to the small mooring with the same name at the Canale Grande. Opposit some historic Venetian palazzi.
The origin of the basilica Santi Maria e San Donato on the island of Murano dates back to the 7th century.
Venice is always fscinating, even on a grey day in winter.
Venice is always fascinating, even on a grey day in winter.
Venice at night after a rainy day. Some musicians on a stage are playing music of the famous composer Vivaldi.