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Venice Italy

Days 108 to 110 of 164 Days Around the World Cruise

Venice, also known as the "Floating City," is one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world. It is located in northeastern Italy and is built on a group of islands that are separated by canals and connected by bridges. Venice is famous for its stunning architecture, picturesque canals, and rich cultural heritage.

One of the most popular attractions in Venice is the Basilica di San Marco, also known as St. Mark's Basilica. This beautiful church is located in the heart of Venice's historic center and is one of the city's most important landmarks. The basilica is a masterpiece of Byzantine architecture and is adorned with exquisite mosaics, sculptures, and other works of art.

The Basilica di San Marco is also home to many important relics, including the remains of St. Mark, one of the four evangelists of the Christian faith. Visitors can explore the basilica's stunning interior, climb to the top of the bell tower for spectacular views of the city, and even take a guided tour to learn more about the church's rich history.

Another famous attraction in Venice is the art of Murano Glass blowing. This ancient art has been practiced in Venice for centuries and is still one of the city's most beloved traditions. Visitors can watch skilled glassblowers create beautiful glass objects, from intricate vases and bowls to delicate figurines and jewelry.

One of the best places to see Murano Glass blowing in action is on the island of Murano, which is just a short boat ride from Venice. Murano has been the center of glassblowing in Venice for centuries, and today it is home to many talented glass artisans who continue to create stunning works of art using traditional techniques.

In conclusion, Venice is a city that truly has something for everyone. Whether you're interested in history, art, architecture, or just want to experience the unique charm of this magical city, there is no better place to visit than Venice. From the stunning Basilica di San Marco to the beautiful art of Murano Glass blowing, there is no shortage of amazing things to see and do in this unforgettable city.

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