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  • VENICE, ITALY
  • One of the worlds greatest and most beautiful cities of art. In 2009, there were 270,098 people residing in Venices commune. Venice is a city in northeast Italysited on a group of 118 small islands separated by canals and linked bybridges. Venice is renowned for the It is also known for its beauty of its setting, its several important artistic architecture and its artworks. movements, especially the Renaissance period.
  • LANGUAGE Venetian or Venetan is a Romance language spoken as a native language by over two million people. Althoughreferred to as an Italian dialect even by its speakers, it is in fact a separatelanguage, not a variety or derivative of Italian.
  • CUSTOMS CARNIVAL The whole city becomes colorful and spectacular when the citizens celebrate their Carnival. The Venice Carnival is one of the most famous celebrations. This pagan festival is an elegant and distinguished party, with its attendant tradition of mask-wearing, has existed since the 13th century.
  • The mask has a long tradition: for ten days ayear, everyone can put it onand allow to the illusion of being someone else. For centuries, they have dressed up in colorful costumes with the typical Venetian masks.
  • The Gondola is adorned with traditional ornaments, some GONDOLAS purely decorative, some serving a useful purpose.This old transport possibility on thewaterways of the city is an attractionfor all the visitors of it.Many travelers have the desire tohear a song when they lie tranquil inthe gondola.The gondolier drives the traditionalboat along the narrow canals, andsings for the guests.
  • WINGED LION The beautiful sculptures of the winged lion of Venice are hanging in almost every corner of the city . The winged lion is usually accompanied by a halo, a sword and a book under the front right foot. It is still a fact that the lion, the symbol of majesty and power, has always been a figure that has fascinated the Venetians.
  • Gelato is typically flavored with freshGELATO fruit purees, cocoa and/or nut pastes. If other ingredients such as chocolate flakes, nuts, small confections, cookies, or biscuits are added, they are added after the gelato is frozen. gelato has a much higher density than ice cream. Ice cream is produced by mixing cream, milk and sugar, then adding air. Manufacturers add air to ice cream because it nearly doubles the quantity of their product. But, it cuts their quality in half. No air is added to gelato. The result is a higher quality dessert with a richer, creamier taste. gelato is served 10 to 15 degrees warmer than ice cream. Because it is less solidly frozen, Gelato’s taste is further enhanced as it melts in the mouth.