The Piazza San Marco (Piazzetta) is the social, religious and political center of Venice. At the east end of the square is the Basilica of St. Mark. It is the most famous church in the city of Venice and one of the most famous examples of Italian-Byzantine architecture. Adjacent and connected to it is the Doge's Palace, one of the main landmarks of Venice in northern Italy.
Standing on St. Mark’s Square, it’s difficult to distinguish one part of it, called the small square. The grid travels freely back and forth, rising and falling. This is their paradise. Wandering in the sunny square, even if you do nothing, what does it matter? If you are holding your lover’s hand at this moment, then enjoy this moment
The Piazza San Marco is also quite an interesting place. Many of the contents here are also very simple. You can also see some places that are suitable for visiting. The area of the small square is not very large, but it has a strong presence in Venice. .
Disembark at the pier of S. Zaccaria (Jolanda), turn from the Slavs embankment next to the Doge’s Palace into Piazza San Marco. You will pass two towering white stone pillars. This is the national gate of Venice. The tops of these two tall stone pillars are respectively sculptured with flying lions and the early patron saint Diodor. Between these two stone pillars, it was the place where the death penalty was executed in the Republic of Venice, commonly known as the guillotine, so most people do not pass between these two pillars.
The small square of St. Mark's Square is not large, not far from the Doge's Palace, there are some small shops selling flowers and souvenirs.
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