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Burano, Veneto, Italy in Europe

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Colourful, multi-coloured, multi coloured, multicoloured, abstract, shapes, door Featured Burano Print

Colourful, multi-coloured, multi coloured, multicoloured, abstract, shapes, door

Colourful, multi-coloured, multi coloured, multicoloured, abstract, shapes, door, Burano, Venice, Venetian, Italy, Italian, Europe, nobody, outdoors, vertical, photography, Color, Alluring Doorways, David Clapp Photography, 76222992

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Burano in Venice Featured Burano Print

Burano in Venice

The unbelievably colourful Burano, one of the islands in the Venice lagoon, where every house is painted a bright shade of blue, yellow, pink, purple. Put this with the washing flapping in the breeze, the window boxes of red geraniums, and the painted saints in their wall niches and you feel like you're at a permanent festival

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Gondolas and the church of Santa Maria della Salute Featured Burano Print

Gondolas and the church of Santa Maria della Salute

Venice is an Italian city, considered World Heritage by UNESCO, known for its canals, its history, museums and monuments. Venice is an archipelago located in the lagoon of Venice, in the Gulf of Venice, in the northwestern Adriatic Sea and extends over an area of 412 square kilometers, including the islands of Murano, Burano and others in the Venice lagoon For over a millennium, was the capital of the Serenissima Republic of Venice, whose territory in 1797, the year of his fall, including much of the current northeastern Italy and the eastern coast of the peninsula, as well as the Adriatic islands. Became a commercial power from the tenth century, when its fleet was already one of the largest in Europe. The historian Fernand Braudel Venice ranked as the first economic capital of capitalism Was one of the most important cities in Europe, with a rich and complex history and an empire of global influence commanded by the doges, city leaders. Santa Maria della Salute, commonly known simply as the Salute, is a Roman Catholic church and minor basilica located at Punta della Dogana in the Dorsoduro sestiere of the city