Combo #572 (Marco Gianfranco Spampinato)

By on October 19, 2017
Lens:  Stavros 
Film:  Robusta 
Flash:  Apollo 

 

"Chioggia & Venice"

"The historical center of Chioggia, when viewed from above, appears in the form of a "fishbone". The city is called "Piccola Venezia" because of its urban features, which are very similar to those of her "older sister". In Chioggia - a sort of island connected to the mainland by a few streets - there are squares, fields and canals like in Venice. The city of Venice has been the capital of the Republic of Venice for over a thousand years and is known as "The Serenissima", "The Dominant" and "The Queen of the Adriatic". Because of the peculiarities of the city and its artistic heritage, Venice is universally considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and is, along with its lagoon, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This alone has contributed to making it the third Italian city (after Rome and Milan) with the highest tourist flow anywhere in the world."
Marco Gianfranco Spampinato

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