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The boulevard of Fondamenta de la Preson along the Canal Grande, with the view of the famous Rialto bridge in Venice, Italy. 
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The boulevard of Fondamenta de la Preson along the Canal Grande, with the view of the famous Rialto bridge in Venice, Italy.
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On the Ponte degli Scalzi bridge in Venice, Italy. 
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On the Ponte degli Scalzi bridge in Venice, Italy.

The Ponte degli Scalzi ("bridge of the barefoot [monks]"), is one of only four bridges in Venice, Italy, to span the Grand Canal. A stone arch bridge, designed by Eugenio Miozzi, it was completed in 1934, replacing an Austrian iron bridge. It connects the sestieri of Santa Croce and Cannaregio. On the north side, Cannaregio, are the Chiesa degli Scalzi (Church of the Barefoot or Discalced Monks) and the Santa Lucia railway station. The south side, Santa Croce, is close to the Piazzale Roma bus station. (Text based on Wikipedia).
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San Marcuola vaporetto stop over the Canal Grande in Venice. 
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San Marcuola vaporetto stop over the Canal Grande in Venice.
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Aboard the #1 vaporetto water bus on the Canal Grande in Venice. 
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Aboard the #1 vaporetto water bus on the Canal Grande in Venice.
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Waiting for a vaporetto
Looking over the Canal Grande from the famous Rialto Bridge in Venice. 
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Looking over the Canal Grande from the famous Rialto Bridge in Venice.

"The Bridge of the Rialto is a name to conjure with, but, honestly speaking, it is scarcely the gem of the composition. There are of course two ways of taking it—from the water or from the upper passage, where its small shops and booths abound in Venetian character; but it mainly counts as a feature of the Canal when seen from the gondola or even from the awful vaporetto. The great curve of its single arch is much to be commended, especially when, coming from the direction of the railway-station, you see it frame with its sharp compass-line the perfect picture, the reach of the Canal on the other side. But the backs of the little shops make from the water a graceless collective hump, and the inside view is the diverting one." (Henry James: Italian Hours, 1909).
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