"The Square" Campanile di San Marco Tip by coceng

Campanile di San Marco, Venice: 155 reviews and 292 photos

  Campanile in Venice
by coceng

Piazza San Marco attracts tourists where The Campanile stood.
This bell tower was built in the 10th century & was collapsed in 1902 hence it was built brick by brick.
We could go up the tower which is 99 meters tall.
On my photo, the building on the ground is The Basillica of St. Mark.
St. Mark's Suare or Piazza San Marco is the square where most tourists coming to Venice would place themself to be at although it's not necessarily have to be that way.
This square is filled with pigeons, lovers, tourists, great hostoric buildings...all wooing you to one of the most talked about cities in the world !
You wouldn't want to miss it, of course...

Address: Basilica di San Marco, Piazza San Marco, 30124 Venezia, Italy

St. Mark's Square...

Phone: +39 041 2708311
Website: http://www.basilicasanmarco.it/

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  • Updated Mar 7, 2005
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