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Festival of the Redeemer, Venice, Italy - Stock Image

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Venice,Italy - July 14, 2007: foreground decorations and shoulders of a person who eats, In the background, people are crossing the bridge of boats, built for the occasion, to go to the Church of the Redeemer, the Giudecca, others are boat celebrate with family and friends.


this is a traditional festival of Venice celebrated on the third Sunday of July, with main focus on the island of Giudecca. At the end of the plague, in July 1577, it was decided to celebrate with effect from the annual release, with construction of a votive bridge.
This celebration becomes a tradition still active after almost five centuries.
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