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Районы г. Grand Canal

“San Marco square is the most famous part of Venice. You can visit the Doge's Palace, San Marco tower, The Church and historical Florian Bar. ”
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“Cannaregio and Castello are the largest sestieri and both are two-faceted. Cannaregio offers both the noise of Strada Nova and Lista di Spagna (both full of shops, stalls, and hotels) and the quiet and silence of Fondamenta della Misericordia and the Ghetto area. TO SEE: Venice Ghetto and Jewish Museum, Church of Madonna dell' Orto, Church of Sant' Alvise, Church of Abbazia della Misericordia, Ca' D'Oro, Gesuiti Church, Church of Miracoli.”
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“Bounded by the Grand Canal and the Giudecca, it is mostly a quiet sestiere and an incredibly charming one. It is considered one of the most prestigious areas and is quite residential in character, although the presence of the Gallerie dell’Accademia and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection turn it into a tourist destination. TO SEE: Gallerie dell'Accademia, Punta delle Dogan (Pinault's collection), Basilica Santa Maria della Salute, Carmini church and Scuola dei Carmini, San Nicolò dei Mendicoli church, Ca' Rezzonico (museum of Venetian Eighteen Century), San Sebastiano church, Squero di San Trovaso.”
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“The San Polo district is located in one of the most historically important areas of Venice (the islet of Rivo Alto, which later became Rialto): in fact it hosted one of the first settlements of fishermen and merchants who then developed the city. It is a very lively district, thanks also to the presence of the open-air market in Rialto, but also thanks to the many taverns frequented by the Venetians, where you can drink a "ombra" and eat a "cicheto". At the foot of the Rialto bridge, before reaching the ancient market, you can visit the oldest church in Venice, the church of San Giacomo di Rialto (called San Giacometto), and then continue towards the market. Here, while walking among the fish stalls, you can admire the Pescheria Vecia and the Pescheria Nova, and you can have a wonderful view of the Grand Canal and the Palazzo della Ca 'd'Oro located on the opposite bank. The sestiere takes its name from the largest field in Venice (Campo San Polo), surrounded by marvelous palaces, beyond which you can reach one of the most beautiful and important Gothic churches in the city, the Basilica dei Frari. Just behind the Frari church there is the Scuola Grande di San Rocco which houses, among other things, 54 wonderful paintings by Tintoretto. But the beauty of the district is also and above all the atmosphere that reigns in the callette, between wonderful Gothic and Renaissance palaces and small hidden courtyards. ”
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