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Listen to the orchestra of St. Mark's squarein Venice, Italy

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In the evening on the St. Mark's square you will hear the orchestras' competition of the restaurants.
How to listen to the orchestra of St. Mark's square in Venice
In the evening, when St. Mark's Square is almost empty, you can suddenly hear the music of Vivaldi, Verdi and Puccini. It's largest orchestras of three Venice restaurants - Quadri, Lavena and Florian - begin a daily competition for the title of the best musicians of the city. Spectators cheer them with their applause.

Come to the square to 7 pm and re-fall in love with Venice with the sound of greatest Italian composers' music.

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#2Piazza San Marco in VenicePiazza San Marco

St. Mark's Square it the main square in Venice. It is one of the most beautiful square in the world.

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Guest10 April 2020
Guest24 May 2016I would' suggest it as an attraction... The musician are there thanks to the cafes and the cafes's guest that pay for the music!
Now, I'm not say that you have to cover your ears, absolutely, but is something you shouldn't advice to do, or recommend as an attractive thing to do!
I rember to those are reading that there are people who pay €8 for a coffee in these cafes!

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