Genially about the Italian city of Venice
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Venice, or Venezia in Italian, is a city in northeastern Italy built on a group of islands separated by canals.
The city has over 150 canals, the largest of which is the Grand Canal. The Grand Canal divides the city of Venice into two main parts. There are just four main bridges that cross over the Grand Canal, the oldest being the Rialto Bridge.
Fun Fact: Venice and its lagoon were made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.
Venice, or Venezia in Italian, is a city in northeastern Italy. Venice was built on 118 small islands separated by canals that are connected by more than 400 bridges. It is sometimes called “The Floating City.” Venice is the capital of both the province of Venezia and the region of Veneto.
Did you know that...There are no cars in the city of Venice! The boats in the canals are the main way to get around. Fun Fact: There are 400 gondolas in Venice. If you think that’s a lot, at one point there were as many as 10,000 gondolas in Venice! Centuries ago, wealthy Venetians would use them like a horse and carriage would be used in other places at the time.