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    6 Venice Attractions You cannot Miss

    Venice was the epicenter of the Renaissance, where grand heritage and rich cultural lineage vibrates in every pore of the city. At 827 A.D a Byzantine Duke moved his seat to the place, now named Rialto and formed the Most Serene Republic of Venice that was prospered on trade under the rule of Roman-style Senate headed by the Doge. In 1797 the city faced an unrecovered blow from Napoleon who conquered it. With such grandeur of heritage this literally floating city is really breathtaking with its canals, water transport, floating markets and so on. So it’s easy to determine the importance of the city in your travel map. Here are…