(rēäl`tō), Ital. Ponte di Rialto, bridge of Venice, NE Italy, over the Grand Canal, connecting Rialto and San Marco islands. Built between 1588 and 1591, it consists of a single marble arch and has arcades lined with shops.
Particularly impressive is the Guardi view of The Rialto Bridge with the Palazzo dei Camerlenghi, which stars in Christie's London's 6 July evening sale and is expected to fetch more than 25m [pounds sterling] (Fig.
Gawp at the splendour of St Mark's Basilica and the Doges Palace in stunning St Mark's Square and then head to 16th-century Rialto Bridge - the oldest of the four bridges crossing the city's Grand Canal.
She has taken wax and ink prints from the walls of a coastal railway terminal, a suburban schoolyard, and the Ministry of Tourism in Tunisia; from an old mausoleum and an elevated train line in Berlin; and, most recently, from the Rialto Bridge in Venice.
The Welsh Government's Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure Ken Skates said: "Wales has an incredible history that we are all immensely proud of and Caerphilly Castle is deserving of a spot in the Lego architecture range alongside the Louvre in Paris and Venice's Rialto bridge.
The nearest beach is too far from here we cannot walk to it, but let's go through Rialto Bridge to the Grand Canal, you can see the water from there and also the Rialto Market where they sell good jewelry and leather bags.