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Venice is famous for its small canals, for the amazing Piazza San Marco, for the Canal Grande, for its magical atmosphere, for the most expensive coffee in the world and, like every other city floating on the water, for its bridges.
In Venice there are 354 bridges that connect the 118 islands divided by 177 canals (more or less) in the Venetian Lagoon. That’s why I decided to collect some interesting images and funny facts about the most famous bridges in Venice.
Ponte della Libertà
Not all the tourists know this bridge, but all of them used it! For those of you that don’t know, Venice is not close to the mainland and it’s actually an island in the middle of a lagoon.
The Ponte della Libertà, designed in 1932 and opened by Mussolini in 1933, is the bridge connecting the city of Venice to the mainland. This 4 km bridge is the only connection for road vehicles and trains to get to Venice. Venice in 1565 – no connection to the mainland
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