There is a statue of Italian founder King Vitorio & Emanuele II on the riverside street of Skijavoni in Venice. This street is the only way from the dock to San Marco Square. Tourists take pictures and take pictures in front of the statue, and we are no exception.
Victor Emanuel's second century monument was the first king of the new United Kingdom. Obviously he was a great man. The statue was built in the late nineteenth century, a few years after his death. Some of the scenes on the statue are battle scenes and show the celebration of the victorious Venetians.
The square statues are magnificent. Most of the buildings here are similar, but the scenery is beautiful.
It's very, very stylish. What kind of square nice is it?