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Venice, Italy Walking Tour (4k Ultra HD 60fps)

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We recorded this 4k ultra hd video during our trip to Venice, Italy on June 2019.
Venice is a city in northeastern Italy and is situated on a group of 118 small islands that are separated by canals and linked by over 400 bridges. The lagoon and a part of the city are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site..
Our guided walking tour is about 5.9 miles (9.5 km) long, starts at St. Lucia Train Station, ends at Campo San Geremia and covers most attractions and historic sites of Venice.

Video Timeline Links:
00:00 - Venice, Italy Walking Tour Intro
00:35 - St. Lucia Train Station
01:58 - Scalzi Bridge
03:29 - The Grand Canal
09:27 - Papadopoli Gardens
20:56 - San Rocco Great School
22:46 - Campo dei Frari
28:48 - Campo San Polo
37:05 - Church of San Giacomo di Rialto
39:46 - Rialto Bridge
48:34 - Goldoni Theatre
56:22 - St. Mark's Square
59:24 - St. Mark's Basilica
1:00:26 - St. Mark's Clock Tower
1:01:32 - St Mark's Campanile
1:02:59 - Doge's Palace
1:07:28 - Bridge of Sighs
1:14:38 - Campo Bandiera e Moro
1:16:00 - Tunnel of the Priests
1:35:12 - Santa Maria Formosa Church
1:41:07 - Campo San Giovanni e Paolo
1:51:13 - Campo Santi Apostoli
1:57:51 - Ponte Chiodo (Nail Bridge)
1:58:34 - Old School of Mercy
2:07:57 - Campo del Ghetto Nuovo
2:13:11 - Cannaregio Canal
2:16:57 - Three Arches' Bridge
2:23:26 - Guglie Bridge
2:24:51 - Campo San Geremia

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