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Venice travel poster Featured Venice Print

Venice travel poster

Attractive poster for the French National Railways, Chemin de Fers de l'Est, advertising Venice (or Venise) as a holiday destination. The famous Grand Canal can be seen with gondolas making their way up and down the waterway, while two traders unloads a variety of juicy looking fruit

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GM1E6951U6301 Featured Venice Print

GM1E6951U6301

Venetians in historical dress row down the Grand Canal, led by the famous Bucintoro boat (bottom L), from the Doge's Palace to the Rialto bridge in Venice September 5, 2010. On the first Sunday of every September, hundreds of Venetians pile into the long boats that have plied the city's canals for centuries for the Regata Storica (Historical Regatta), a historical procession that commemorates the welcome given to Caterina Cornaro, wife of the King of Cyprus, in 1489 after she renounced her throne in favour of Venice. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)

George Bradshaw's Plan of Venice, Italy 1896 Featured Venice Print

George Bradshaw's Plan of Venice, Italy 1896

This is a very detailed Plan of Venice, which features streets, canals, principal buildings, railways and railway stations. There is a numbered key to the left of the plan highlighting the principal buildings. The plan has been meticulously recreated in colour and republished without and fold creases by Mapseeker, from a rare antique original black and white fold up tourist city map. The 29 that were originally published as fold up maps featuring the principal cities of Europe are now rare, yet popular at their time among those who could then explore Europe by railway for the first time