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Among the 74 streets of Little Venice

Chioggia is also known as the “little Venice“, for the deep similarities with Venice: urban, social, economic and cultural ones. Yet, the city has maintained and defended its originality and traditions, but also its own charm that Venice itself can envy.

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Umbrellas where there were vegetable gardens

Sottomarina is the largest beach in Chioggia, built on a narrow strip of land that separates the lagoon from the sea, bordered by the mouth of the Brenta-Bacchiglione rivers and the port of San Felice.

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Between sea and lagoon

Pellestrina. A long strip of earth and sand, quilted colourful fishermen’s houses, marked by a strip of asphalt that unfolds along an ancient city wall made of huge blocks of stone as white as snow.

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Among the trees of an ancient forest

Bosco Nordio. At Sant’Anna di Chioggia, between the Romea and the sea, lies the Integral Natural Reserve of Bosco Nordio, which is an important relic forest widespread in the past along the upper Adriatic coast.

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The mother of the Adriatic

Adria. City of ancient origin. In the sixth century BC Adria was the centre of great strategic importance and crossroads of trade inland waterway to the North of Italy and Europe, so that the Greeks gave the name Adriatic to this sea. In the fifth and sixth century BC The Etruscans make it famous, until

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At the mouth of the longest river in Italy

Po Delta. The Delta Park is the largest among the regional parks. It occupies the major portion of the territory of the regions of Veneto and Emilia Romagna, from Porto Tolle in Ravenna, via Po of Goro, the Valleys of Comacchio, the Piallasse Ravenna, the Saline di Cervia, inland wetlands freshwater Valleys Campotto, woods and

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A natural oasis in the middle of the lagoon

Averto valley. The lagoon is the area of ​​coastline where the sea rests wedged into the ground, which is modelled according to its moods welcoming large brackish water called valleys. Fishermen have used these places as fishing site since the ancient time.

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Among the summer residences of Dogi

Riviera del Brenta. In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, Brenta Canal, connecting Venice to Padua, was the fashionable canal, place of delight and ideal extension of the Grand Canal in Venice, where flourished more than forty luxurious villas, summer residences of the Venetian nobility which still witness centuries-old architectural culture.

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