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Burano

(bo͞orä`nō), former town, now part of Venice, in Venetia, NE Italy, built on four islets in the Lagoon of Venice. It is a fishing center and has been famous for its lace since the 15th cent.
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Without Burano lace, without cinnabar/strung on a cuff, shantung and satin and netting and swiss:/no rich man, no camel, no needle's threatening eye.
The Burano lace bedding ensemble is a special, limited-edition offering.
Or you can stroll along the maze of streets, visiting the beautiful shops selling Venetian glass, carnival masks, and the local Burano lace.