Piazza San Marco

2008-08-22—2009-02-01
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Clock Tower

Clock Tower

8 images

Correr Museum

Correr Museum

12 images

Palazzo Duccale

Palazzo Duccale

20 images

San Marco Basilica

San Marco Basilica

25 images

p8230500 Piazza San Marco (St Mark square) has been the main square in Venice since the 12th century. It is surrounded by some many exceptional monuments: the Palazzo...
Piazza San Marco (St Mark square) has been the main square in Venice since the 12th century. It is surrounded by some many exceptional monuments: the Palazzo…
p8230504 Middle: doge's palace, dominated by the campanile.
Middle: doge's palace, dominated by the campanile.
p8220377 Left: San Marco basilica. Right: campanile. Bottom: the lines on the square marked stalls placement, when the square was used as a market (middle ages and...
Left: San Marco basilica. Right: campanile. Bottom: the lines on the square marked stalls placement, when the square was used as a market (middle ages and…
p8220409 Doge's palace on the left.
Doge's palace on the left.
p8230468 The campanile is the bell tower of San Marco basilica, built 1514, rebuilt 1912 after it collapsed in 1902, 99 m tall. The lion is Venice's symbol.
The campanile is the bell tower of San Marco basilica, built 1514, rebuilt 1912 after it collapsed in 1902, 99 m tall. The lion is Venice's symbol.
p8230446 Left: San Marco basilica, right: doge's palace.
Left: San Marco basilica, right: doge's palace.
p8230449 Column with a lion. The lion is the symbol of St Mark, who in turn is the saint protecting the city.
Column with a lion. The lion is the symbol of St Mark, who in turn is the saint protecting the city.
p8230452 Doge's palace in the foreground, San Marco basilica in the background.
Doge's palace in the foreground, San Marco basilica in the background.
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p8230467 Doge's palace and entrance to the grand canal. The piazetta is the part of St Mark square in front of the palace.
Doge's palace and entrance to the grand canal. The piazetta is the part of St Mark square in front of the palace.

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