• Student Essay

    Italian Churches and Sunsets

    by  • May 16, 2018 • Student Essay • 0 Comments

    This morning the students got an early start on our scavenger hunts that have been taking us through various places in the city. We then regrouped at the palazzo to head to the Santa Maria dei Miracoli Church, and completed another scavenger hunt. We took a brief detour to look at the statue of...

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    Venetian Boats

    by  • March 9, 2018 • Free, Student Essay • 1 Comment

    You will probably not be able to get around Venice, Italy without getting on a boat at least once while we are there. You might be wondering… How do I know which boat to take or how much you should save up for this portion of the budget. Well.. After some research, I have...

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    Gondolas in Venice

    by  • April 17, 2013 • Cultural Info, History, Info, Student Essay, Travel

    Introduction Venice is known as the city built on water.  Along with the Grand Canal, there are approximately 400 foot bridges and 170 boat canals connecting the 118 islands that make up Venice.  Without gondolas it would take a lot of foot travel to get to certain places, and some places might not even...

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    Venetian Architecture

    by  • April 16, 2013 • Student Essay

      The city of Venice is known for many things such as its location, artwork, but most importantly, architecture. Due to the city’s location on the marshy Venetian Lagoon, the architecture is not only designed intelligently but also has many creative features that makes it unique from any other architecture in Europe. However, the...

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