You can also see a lot of naval content in the Maritime History Museum. It is also close to the style and boundary of the Italian team. The museum also displays a lot of content about maritime history for reference.
The Maritime History Museum mainly introduces the Italian naval culture including his development history, as well as exhibitions of many nautical equipment and ship models.
There are many models of local ships in the Oceanographic Museum. In addition to these, there are some sailor's costumes, etc. It's quite interesting to see. And the tickets are not too expensive, compared with others
Watching the sunset along the beach, walk to the bottom of the place called arsenal. It looks like a closed pool on the map. Walk over and take a look at the high wall like the castle of Wasey. There is a huge gate next to the double tower-like water gate with a belt. The man in the officer's hat came out from the door, and looked closer for a few years, there were still cannons! ! Military restricted area... It turned out to be this museum? ! inverted
When I was in school, I learned about the history of the navy in the Venetian Republic in the history books. This time I was a little disappointed when I came to this museum. There are not many things that impress you. Just some ships.
Preston_Dominguez: Campo San Biagio Castello 2148, 30122 Venice, Italy
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended St. Mark's Square,Canal Grande,Bridge of Sighs,Saint Mark's Basilica,Doge's Palace