Venice, the Italian city that’s made up of 118 small islands connected by 400 bridges.
Famous for its canals, gondolas, narrow streets and beautiful architecture, it’s a tourist hotspot for sure.
For the last thousand years, it has been a powerful independent state, a colony of the French and Austrian empires and ultimately becoming part of the Kingdom of Italy in 1866, five years after Italy became a country.
Here are some photographs of Venice from my recent trip there.
Venice architecture is something else
The water really is that green
Every street is a river
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One thing you notice about Venice is the richness in colours