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About the city:
Venice is an Italian city in the North West region of the country in the state of Veneto. It consists of a group of 118 small islands separated by the famed Venetian canals. The city itself has a population of around 55,000 people with the wider metropolitan area of Comune Di Venezia being home to around 260,000 people.
The name of the city is derived from the ancient Veneti people who inhabited the region around 10th Century B.C. Venice has a diverse population however like Rome due to how close it is to the Vatican City has a major roman catholic population with around 92.7% of the resident population belonging to the diocese. The lagoon which plays host to the islands of Venice is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
One of the most prolific religious landmarks in Venice is Saint Marks Basilica, the patriarchal cathedral of Saint Mark, which began construction in the year 978 AD and was completed in 1072, being the most famous of the city’s churches. It is located on the eastern end of the Piazza San Marco, a famous and popular square in the center of Venice which attracts tourists, tracing its roots to around 800BC to 1100.
Another landmark popular amongst tourists located along the Piazza San Marco adjacent to Saint Marks Basilica is the Doge’s Palace. A gothic palace which was built primarily as a residence for the Doge of Venice, who was the supreme authority of the Venetian Republic, which was in itself a sovereign state between the 8th and 18th centuries. Other popular tourist attractions include the Grand Canal which forms one of the major water-traffic corridors in the city and parts of the canal date from the 13th to the 18th Century.