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City plan of Venice in 1866, Italy
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City plan of Venice in 1866, Italy

This map is ready for purchase and ready for your wall! You will receive it in a few days. 

It's a unique map of Venice, Italy. Venice is nearby our studio in Slovenia, so we frequently visit this fantastic and world famous city on water. It's so full of inspiration and rich in history!!Uaaa we love it.

- Map size 35'' x 22'' // 90cm x 58cm (possible custom larger size contact us now!)

This city plan of Venice was originally published in year 1866 ... it's ready for your wall:

- Each of the map details are readable
- High resolution map with hand made antique finish on durable cotton canvas.

- Wooden frame is full of details, unique piece of frame, hand carved from over 100 years old wood!
- Dark chocolate wood color .

Venice has more than 270.000 inhabitants and is the capital of Veneto Region and Veneto Province in north-east Italy. It was also historically an independent nation and the capital of the Serenissima Venetian Republic for more than a thousand years and known because of this as the "Serenissima".

​Venice is world-famous for its canals it is built on an archipelago of 118 islands formed by about 150 canals in a shallow lagoon. The islands on which the city is built are connected by about 400 bridges. In the old centre, the canals serve the function of roads, and every form of transport is on water or on foot. Venice is universally considered to be the most beautiful city in the world because of this unusual urban design and its inestimable artistic heritage; it is included in the heritage of humanity projects protected by UNESCO and has the highest number of visitors of any Italian city, many of whom are foreign tourists.

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