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The island of San Michele

On the northern shore of Venice, on the Vaporetto line towards the island of Murano and Burano, lays the cemetery island of San Michele. It is beautifully borded by high walls and a chapel, with a boarding place for ships. Originally, there were two islands – the island of San Michele and the island of […]

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The islands in the lagoon

Several islands in the Venetian lagoons are waiting to be discovered. Each one of them with its specific history, mostly long forgotten. In this post, we bring them – at least – partly back to life. The islands in the Venetian lagoon as seen from the church tower at San Giorgio Maggiore. San Servolo Originally […]

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The secret islands in the Venetian lagoon

If you are a Venice lover, i.e. a frequently returning visitor to this beautiful city, at some moment you will start to wonder what else is out there in the lagoon, away from the main island you are typically visiting. You will probably have taken the Vaporetto to the two islands Murano and Burano, maybe […]

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