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This was one of the first digital photos I ever took, I had just bought a new DSLR and had a week in Venice.
When visiting famous cities it can be so easy to get caught up in shooting the ‘normal’ stock photos, Gondolas, Carnival Masks, Churches etc. 105 more words
The Clock Tower (Italian: Torre dell’Orologio) on the North side of St Mark’s Square (San Marco Piazza) was constructed in 1496-97, and marks the entrance (Merceria) to the streets leading arriving merchants to the Rialto markets. 244 more words
The focal point of Venice, St Mark’s Square (Italian: San Marco Piazza) is a mecca for tourists, and for good reason! Its origins date as far back as 800 AD, and it contains St Mark’s church (San Marco Basilica), the Clock Tower (Torre dell’Orologio), the Correr Museum (Museo Correr), and off to the side, the Doges Palace. 181 more words