The Grand Canal, the Grand Canal of Venice, is Venice's main waterway, along the natural waterways from St. Mark's Church to the Church of St. Chiara, in an anti-S shape, from the Roman Forum in the northwest to St. Mark's Square in the city centre. It is connected to many small canals, and most of the city's transportation passes through these waterways. Take a water bus from the Roman Forum, walk between the ancient buildings on both sides of the strait, and enjoy the river of souls of Venice, you can feel the daily life of the Venetians living on the water.
St. Mark's Bell Tower is part of St. Mark's Cathedral. As the lighthouse of the city on the lagoon, the bell tower has long been regarded by the Venetians as an undisputed landmark of Venice. It is more in Venice than in St. Mark's Cathedral itself. . You can take the elevator to the top of the building and overlook the Venetian city, and even look out over the beautiful Alps in the northwest.
St. Mark's Square is located in the center of Venice. As one of Venice's landmark attractions, the square attracts tourists, photographers and even pigeons. St. Mark's Square has historically been the center of politics, religion and festivals in Venice. It has been the residence of the Archbishop since the 19th century and is also the venue for many Venice festivals. There are many beautiful Renaissance-style buildings around the square, such as St. Mark's Basilica, the Mint, the Governor's Palace, the Bridge of Sighs, etc. The bell tower overlooks the entire square.
The Government House is the residence of the Governor of the Republic of Venice, the home of the office and the court. It was the central institution of Venetian politics at the time. On the entire wall to the east of the second floor of the Grand Senate’s parliament hall is the “Paradise” painted by Tintoretto. Inside the gorgeous Governor's Mansion, there is a gothic cloister and an expensive golden ladder. The rooms on the second and third floors are decorated with Venetian paintings, the ceiling murals of the four foyer, the murals of the living room and the large conference halls lined with portraits of the Governors of the past.
Burano Island is also known as the Color Island. The local government of the island stipulates that the local residents should brush the outer wall of the house once a year, so the residents paint their small and exquisite houses colorful. These colorful houses are one by one, forming a colorful alley. The island's inhabitants are descendants of the fishermen. The island's handmade lace and drawnwork are the same as the Murano's stained glass, which is famous for its handicrafts.
Galleria dell'Accademia is located in the old church and school of the Carita. Galleria dell'Accademia's building was partly built in the 12th Century and finished in the 14th Century. The Academy of Fine Arts was started here by the Napoleonic government. In its 24 rooms, it displays works of Italian art,by artists such as Andrea Mantegna, Piero Della Francesca, Cosme Tura, and Giovanni Bellini. Other artist's works displayed include Giorgione, Tintoretto, Paris Bordone, and Moretto Da Brescia.
Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute is located in the narrow and sharp corner between the Grand Canal of Venice and the port of San Marco de Veneto. The unique and decorative shape and location make it one of the more mirrored churches in Italy. The main body of Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute is an octagonal church with a huge dome surrounded by a chapel. There are many murals created by artists, and it is worthwhile to stop here and enjoy.