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Grand Canal
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カナル・グランデは、ヴェネツィアの大通りに位置し、美しいパラッツォの館が運河沿いに並んでいます。ゴンドラに乗ると、船が主要交通手段(現在は400隻、その時代は10,000隻)だった頃の時代が想像できます。印象的なパラッツォは、裕福なファミリーの館で、外装は色鮮やかな絵画やモザイクで装飾されていました。現在は1色だけとなり色褪せてしまいましたが、華麗な装飾は残っています。ヴェネツィアを裕福にした東洋との貿易の影響で東洋的な正面装飾などもあります。

カナル・グランデのに架かる橋は、アッカデーミア橋、リアルト橋とFerroviaの近くにある橋です。橋の上に立ちながら、果物や野菜、瓶のケース、建物の材料がいっぱい詰まったボートを眺めてはどうでしょう。ヴェネツィアは、未だに車は街中を走らず、水路や手押し車が運搬手段として使用されている街です。

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St. Mark's Square (Piazza San Marco)
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St. Mark's Square (Piazza San Marco) is filled with centuries of history and is still the symbolic heart of Venice; it has even been referred to as the drawing room of Europe. With the grand St Mark's Church at one end, the Campanile bell tower rising in the middle and the elegant colonnaded arcade of famous cafes on three sides, it is a wonderful place to be - and the hundreds of pigeons think so too.

Sit and have coffee (you'll only be able to afford one) and watch the whole world pass by while a tuxedoed band plays. Then plunge north into the narrow streets full of shops leading towards the Rialto Bridge, or west into the city's pocket of high fashion designer stores finishing with an extremely expensive Bellini at Harry's Bar, the place that invented the peach/champagne drink. Alternately, head out of San Marco to the east and stroll the waterfront on the Riva.

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Murano
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ヴェネツィアのラグーン内には118の島があり、その一つ島ムラーノは、美しい色合いのある高価なガラス工芸で有名です。最初ガラス工房はヴェネツィアにありましたが、火事が多発したため、1291年ムラーノに強制移住され、それ以来ガラス製造はムラーノで発展しました。

ヴェネツィアン・グラス工芸の伝統技術を完全に習得するためには約10年かかります。古くから伝わる伝統技術を知るガラス職人は、ヴェネツィアを出ることを禁止されました。もし、職人が島の外へ逃げるようなことがあれば処刑されるほどでした。ガラス工芸は衰退し苦難の時代もありましたが、ヴェネチアン・グラスは窮地を脱出し、近代化の道を踏み出し始めました。 ムラーノの人口は4,000人ですが、裕福なヴェネチアン人が豪華な庭付き別荘を建て、ホリデー時には島人口は30,000人まで膨れ上がります。ムラーノにはイタリア初の植物園ができたとして知られています。

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Doge's Palace (Palazzo Ducale)
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1797年までヴェネツィア共和国はドージェに支配され、ドゥカーレ宮殿は行政の中心でした。ヴェネツィアでは、船がラグーンを通過するとサン・マルコ広場に到着しますが、その最初に見えるのがこの宮殿です。ここは、ドージェの総督邸兼政庁の宮殿でした。刑罰も施行され、ヴェネツィアの重要なファミリーが記載されているゴールデンブック(黄金の碑)も保管されていました。ゴールデンブックに記載されていないファミリーはドージェになることはできませんでした。その当時、住民は匿名で真実の口へ密告することができたため、ヴェネツィアを支配することはとても難関だったと言われています。

宮殿内は、美しい芸術(ティツィアーノ、ティントレット、ヴェロネーゼの絵画)、大階段、ドージェの立派な部屋、会議室、牢獄、ため息橋があります。外装のコロムの形は一つずつ異なった形をしています。

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Marco Polo's Home (Casa di Marco Polo)
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The Venetian building that was once the supposed home of famous explorer Marco Polo and his family is now easily missable to passers-by. The nearby square is known as the Corte Seconda del Milion, pointing to the title of Marco Polo's travel memoirs—Il Milione.

Located near the San Giovanni Crisostomo Church and just behind the Teatro Malibran, the building is not open to the public, but there is a small marble plaque on the wall commemorating the site's significance.

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Venice Jewish Ghetto (Ghetto di Venezia)
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A designated Jewish Quarter from the 16th to the 18th century, Venice’s Campo del Ghetto gave us the word ‘ghetto.’ ‘Gheto’ in Venetian translates to ‘foundry,’ referring to an island of Venice that Jewish citizens were once confined to. The Venetian Republic decreed that Jews could enter Venice during the day, but on Christian holidays and during the evenings had to stay within the ghetto.

Interestingly, the area is divided into the Ghetto Nuovo (New Ghetto), and the adjacent Ghetto Vecchio (Old Ghetto), though the Ghetto Nuovo is actually the older of the two. Jews from all over Europe lived in the neighborhood — in fact, each of the different synagogues was historically designated by origin (German, Italian, Spanish, etc.) Today the Campo del Ghetto is still the center of Venetian Jewish life. There is a Jewish museum, cemetery, two Kosher restaurants and five synagogues which remain mostly in their original form.

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Frari Church (Basilica dei Frari)
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Frari Church, whose official name is Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, is one of the grandest churches in Venice. It sits in the San Polo district on the Campo dei Frari and is dedicated to the Assumption of Mary. The church contains many Renaissance masterpieces and monuments to Renaissance artists and sculptors. It was built in an Italian Gothic style, and visitors will notice the plain exterior. This was intentional as it emphasizes the Franciscan values of poverty and austerity.

Inside you can see Titian's Madonna di Ca' Pesaro in the left aisle, which was modeled after his wife who died in childbirth. Over the main alter is Titian's Assumption of the Virgin. This piece is famous for its innovative style and bright colors, though at the time, the church was hesitant to accept the piece because of these features. Titian's tomb is in the church. Other notable artwork that can be seen in Frari Church includes Giovanni Bellini's Madonna and Child with Saints.

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Santa Croce
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Santa Croce is one of the six districts of Venice, Italy, and it's the only district where cars are allowed to drive. It is connected to the mainland by the Ponte della Libertà bridge, which stretches across the lagoon. The smallest of Venice's districts, Santa Croce is a mix of chaos at Piazzale Roma, where there is a big bus station and ferry hub, and quiet charm from Campo San Giacomo dell'Orio, one of the city's prettiest squares. Visitors can also see the historic church San Giacomo dell'Orio here.

Other interesting sights in the area include Ca' Pesaro, which is a Baroque palace that is now home to Venice's Museum of Modern Art with pieces from the 19th century to today. Along the Grand Canal is the Natural History Museum at Fodaco dei Turchi and a church dedicated to Sant'Eustachio called San Stae. Palazzo Mocenigo is a palace that is open to the public and has historic costumes on display.

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Campo San Luca
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A bustling square at the heart of Venice’s historic center, Campo San Luca has long been a popular meeting point for locals, and its constant stream of visitors make it a lively hub both day and night.

Home to a cluster of shops, cafés and restaurants, Campo San Luca makes a good spot for people-watching, but it’s also an important navigational landmark, just a short stroll from the Grand Canal and the Rialto Bridge, en route to Piazza San Marco.
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Venice Music Museum (Museo della Musica)

音楽博物館(Museo della Musica)

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A fascinating nod to Venice’s rich classical musical heritage, the small but impressive Music Museum (Museo della Musica) is one of the city’s little-visited gems. Housed in the beautifully restored church of Chiesa di San Maurizio, the museum is devoted to the art of violin making and the preservation of rare and unique musical instruments, dating from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.

Visitors can learn more about Venice’s most famous composer, Antonio Vivaldi, through information boards, and gain an insight into the city’s violin-making legacy, but most compelling are the instruments themselves. The collection includes a wide variety of string instruments, including violins, cellos and harps, with highlights including a 19th-century lyre and an exquisite mandolin inlaid with mother-of-pearl.

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Brenta Riviera

Brenta Riviera

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An ancient waterway connecting the Italian cities of Padua and Venice, the channel of the Brenta Riviera dates back to the 16th century and was built to flow directly into the lagoon of Venice. The green space lining the canal inspired many wealthy Venetians to build villas along its waterfront, and some still remain open for exploration today. These country homes often served as second residences for Venice’s noble families — far enough away to enjoy a countryside atmosphere but close enough to return quickly to Venice. Not just any second home, many of the Brenta Riviera villas are more like monuments or palaces complete with exquisite works of art and large frescoes. The amount of villas, gardens, and residences lining the canals built up to a point where it was nearly considered an extension of Venice’s Grand Canal. Many of the villas can be visited still today, including the Villa Foscari and the Villa Pisani — which has gardens, an art collection, and a famous maze.

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Dolomites (Dolomiti)

ドロミテ:北イタリアの山地

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イタリア北東部に広がるドロミテは、東アルプス山脈の一部で、東はオーストリアから西はフランスまで長く伸びる山岳地域です。ユネスコ自然世界遺産にも指定されたその特徴的な地形や山塊。冬にはスキー、夏には山登りをするアウトドア派だけでなく、美しい景観を楽しむだけの人々をも魅了します。ベニスから車でほんの約1時間で趣のある村々や静かな湖が点々とした雄大な山岳地帯が楽しめます。
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