Venice is rich in historic places. These sites include the San Marco, Cannaregio, Dorsoduro, Castello, San Polo and San Lorenzo. Each of them is interesting in its own way. For example, in the Cannaregio is the Gothic church Madonna dell'Orto.
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Be sure to visit the area of St. Mark, which is surrounded by buildings of the Renaissance: the Cathedral of St. Mark's Clock Tower, the Doge's Palace, the Old and New Procuratie and Bell Tower of St. Mark.
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Church of Venice:
Explore the stunning church of Venice, such as the Church of Santa Maria della Salute. It consists of eight facades erected after the plague epidemic in the years 1631-1681. You may also need to see the church of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, which is notable for being built several hundred years ago.
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Visit art galleries:
You can enjoy the works of famous Italian artists in the gallery including the works from Titian and Bellini and Giorgione, Tintoretto and Veronese respectively.
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If you are in Venice during the time of carnival by any chance, make sure enjoy the festival. Being in the Piazza San Marco, you will see the famous representation involving Italian folklore characters - Harlequin and Columbine, Pierrot and Pantaloon. In the streets you can see the unforgettable carnival concerts and fireworks.
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