Travel guide over Venice sights

The basilica itself has often been the victim of looting. Thus, during the capture of Venice by Napoleon, jewels that decorated the icons of the golden altar (Pala d'Oro) and the main altar of the church were stolen. However, these days the composition made of numerous medium-sized icons is in a fairly good condition. The Napoleon army also stole the front quadriga, but it was returned to Venice in 1815. … Further

Guide on cultural sights

The main channel of Venice is named Grande. Its length estimates 3.8 km. The majority of houses along the canal were constructed over three hundred years ago. The Venice lagoon is the location of picturesque islands, each of which is home to numerous sightseeing sites. Thus, in the 10th century the Murano Island was home to famous glass blowers. Nowadays the visitors of the island can purchase interesting crafts and home decorations made of this Venetian glass from local craftsmen. The Torcello Island has retained some notable historic buildings, and Jesolo Lido will be genuinely loved by fans of beach holiday – the majority of most luxurious resorts are located here. … Further

Attractions and nightlife of Venice

Jazz fans should definitely visit Goldoni Theater, the stage of which regularly becomes the location of performances by well-known musical groups. Fans of energetic dances will also like their rest in Venice as the city has several cool nightclubs. The most popular disco in the city is called Casanova. … Further
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