Lio Piccolo è poco più di un pugno di case adagiate in una lingua di terra. Tutt'attorno le barene della Laguna di Venezia ovattano il frastuono della storica città. La pesca, la caccia e l'agricoltura fanno da sfondo a questo breve racconto all'ombra del campanile, simbolo del borgo.
"Ogni paese è un cuore che batte nel materno corpo della sua terra"
Lio Piccolo is a very small village located in a tongue of land surrounded by Venice Lagoon's sandbars. The noise of Venice are far from these place, where hunting, fishing and farming are the only activities under the shadow of the high bell-tower
Catching the last bit of sunset🌇
because sunrise is too early for me🙈
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88 2,85912 May, 2019
When I arrived in Venice, the first thing on my to-do list was to go to the San Marco square. My first thought was to walk there through Venice’s “labyrinth” of beautiful narrow streets, but some articles online mentioned that taking a ride through the Grand Canal is something that every Venice visitor has to experience.
So I took the first vaporetto (water bus) and went directly to San Marco’s square. The views from the vaporetto are amazing. You can see some of Venice’s most beautiful buildings, gondolas appearing through smaller surrounding canals and then suddenly the Rialto bridge would appear, surrounded by hundreds of tourists and locals.
Here and there would beautiful churches or bell towers appear and would immediately disappear again behind other buildings as the vaporetto was moving.