Venice during the Byzantine period

Venice preserves many important influences and artefacts from the Byzantine period that you can see when visiting buildings such as the Doge's Palace, the houses and the Pala D'oro, a perfect example of Byzantine style. In particular, the tradition of glass manufacturing, which has made Venice famous all over the world, shows the historical importance of the Byzantine influence from the East on the city. 

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Gondolas, canals, lights and colors ... this is Venice, the ancient city on the water, known worldwide for its architectural beauty and its mysterious and romantic atmosphere.


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