Grand Canal in Venice, Italy
This week’s familiar travel photo was captured while crossing a bridge over the famous Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. Prior to visiting Venice for the first time, I had no idea the city is actually a group of 118 small islands separated by canals and linked by bridges.
Venice is one of the most attractive and seductive cities in the world. As a visitor, you will inevitably get lost while wandering it’s tight alleyways and romantic cobblestone streets. The city, which is often referred as a living museum, is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, largely because of it’s diverse architecture and unique artistic achievements.
Check out these other travel photos from Europe:
- Our favourite place in Germany
- The Paris Postcard Picture
- Old Town Luzern, Switzerland
- Lovely Little Liechtenstein
- Have you seen the Floating Seated Man?
Have you visited Venice? What did you think?
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See map below to find out where this photo taken.