Campi, Calli and Canali, Venice

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  • Things take on charm when the lights come on
    Things take on charm when the lights...
    by RoscoeGregg
  • Listening to bells in the twilight is wonderful
    Listening to bells in the twilight is...
    by RoscoeGregg
  • Campo San Bartolomeo Christmas 2009
    Campo San Bartolomeo Christmas 2009
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    the canals

    by mitchimitch Updated Dec 21, 2005
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    One should take at least a ride along the Canal Grande to have a general view of this romantic city.

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    An endless web of 'fondamentas' and 'salizadas'

    by jcm6wc Written Apr 28, 2005

    They call 'fondamenta' is the street runs by a canal and has a sidewalk, 'salizada' is the shopping street

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    Canals of Burano

    by nesnahtra Written Jun 8, 2005

    Visit early to see the fishermen bringing in their catch. Anytime is a good time to just stroll along the beautiful pastel-colored houses along the canals.

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    Venice

    by shiran_d Written Jun 14, 2003
    Canals

    With canals for streets, Venice is one of the few cities in the world which is truly unique. It is the perfect way to get around is walking losing yourself in its labyrinth of alleys and canals.

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    Small but sweet

    by yeah_baby Updated Sep 4, 2002

    Venice is small and self-contained, an area of only 1-1/2 by 2-1/2 miles. You can walk from one end to the other in an hour or so.

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    An explorer statue

    by Venturingnow Written Feb 25, 2003
    A statue

    I didn't see too many statues in Venice, but this one was pretty cool. It looked like Christopher Columbus, but I'm not sure.

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