The campo in Venice has always been the centre of communal life: the place where you can meet people, where children play, the site of a market, with its church and the bell tower. Learn more about the functioning of Campo Sant’Angelo in Venice, curiosities and historical notes
This post gives you an idea of the history of the Rialto Bridge in Venice and its long and complicated reconstruction in the 16th century and how rich our Cultural Heritage is nowadays. Curious and discerning travellers will discover many interesting stories about the Rialto bridge.
What are the obelisks adorning the façade of some Venetian palaces? Far from being – as it is traditionally asserted – a distinguishing mark of honour granted to the Captains of the Venetian war fleet, they were just chimneys!