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  • n. the provincial capital of Veneto; built on 118 islands within a lagoon in the Gulf of Venice; has canals instead of streets; one of Italy's major ports and a famous tourist attraction


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  • When I lived in Venezia in 2001 she visited and we went back to France.

    This Morning's Activity

  • By morning, depending on where one was in Venezia, we had half an inch to two inches.

    Snow in Venice: Winter 2005

  • If anyone in Venezia has photos, please send them and I'll post.

    Low Water Again Plagues Venice: Acqua Bassa Redux

  • Once opened, this will provide an invaluable link in Venezia - from Piazzale Roma to Ferrovia, connecting the two land forms of transport, without multiple bridges and/or water transport.

    Fourth Bridge Over Canal Grande Almost Ready For Installation

  • Thomas Venezia is far from the beer-swilling redneck stereotype of a hunter that many nonhunters are inclined to conjure up.


  • I thought there were only 4 Billa's in Venezia inc Lido (Canneregio, strad nuova, back of Salute and Lido).

  • You will notice too that the great wizard, to whom, in certain rapt moods, accuracy was nothing, could not even write the word Venezia correctly on the sail of

    A Wanderer in Venice

  • We are sorry to hear that Thom may no longer be running the shop in Venezia.

    Wither Thom Price?

  • The beautiful word Venezia, which we cheapen but not too cruelly to Venice and the

    A Wanderer in Venice

  • No esimene silt, mis ütles ärakeeramiseks "Venezia" ütles ka, et "ultima uscita" (ehk viimane mahakeeramine).

    tatsutahime Diary Entry


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