The shipyard of St. Trois mainly manufactures gondola boats for Venetian daily transportation.
The San Trovasso shipyard is in a gondola yard. It was originally opened in the early 17th century. It is worth taking a detour to find out how the gondola was made and restored. It is still in operation, but there are some Old crafting tools can be visited.
Squero is a word which means shipyard. It has ancient origins in Venetian culture and once upon a time there where many in Venice. Nowadays there are only six left, of which Squero of San Trovaso is one of the most known. It produces mainly gondolas. Passing near by you could see men at work.
San Trovasso Shipyard, located in the city of Venice, is the production site of Venice’s famous transportation gondola. This shipyard is also one of the few remaining shipyards in Venice. The ancient factory buildings can be visited by tourists. Dora's production process.
I have been wandering around the city, trying to find a place to eat. I have been looking at the menu prices along the way, but I have not seen anything that I can get in. I can't find cheap snacks at all. I just saw a shipyard without knowing it. Since the shipyard was a very important place in the great sea age, I was naturally excited when I saw such a large shipyard. I shot left and right, and then I learned that this shipyard has some background. It is said that this San Trovasso shipyard is the only remaining gondola shipyard in Venice, and it produces only about ten new ships every year.