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Piazza San Marco in Venice

Place name: Piazza San Marco

St. Mark's Square is famous for its St. Mark's Basilica, Clock Tower, Doge's Palace, and, of course, pigeons.

This square is the heart and soul of Venice, all the tourists come here on their first day in Venice. Many cult movies were filmed on this square, it is one of the most beautiful squares in the world.

Region: Venice, Italy

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Listen to the orchestra of St. Mark's square in Venice
oddviser Listen to the orchestra of St. Mark's square#13 of 34 things to do in Venice

In the evening on the St. Mark's square you will hear the orchestras' competition of the restaurants.

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Feed the pigeons in Piazza San Marco in Venice
milaFeed the pigeons in Piazza San Marco#6 of 34 things to do in Venice

Feed the pigeons and let them sit on your arms on St. Mark's Square.

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