Rialto Bridge


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Rialto Bridge

(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.
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I walked to and fro in that city, so beloved of her citizens; I went from the Rialto Bridge, along the Grand Canal, and from the Riva degli Schiavoni to the Lido, returning to St.
There was also time for the excited group to take in the city's famous sights, including Rialto Bridge and St Mark's Square.
Two German backpackers have fallen foul of authorities in Venice after making themselves a brew on the steps of the city's famous Rialto Bridge.
Two German tourists were fined Friday for making themselves a coffee on the steps of the famous Rialto bridge in Venice and asked to leave the city, the municipal authorities said.
Early morning risers can head to Rialto Bridge for breathtaking views of the sunris
Hopping on and off the vaporetto water buses on the Grand Canal gave us great views of landmarks such as the Rialto Bridge.
2.The Rialto bridge is a popular tourist attraction in which city?
Just one Cornetto Rialto Bridge, Venice Of the four bridges that span the Grand Canal, the 500-year-old Rialto is the one with the portico on to on top, lined with two rows of shops.
GONDOLIERS and the famous Rialto Bridge will provide the inspiration for colourful acrylic painting at a unique art demonstration to be given by renowned well-known artist, Tas Severis, at Charnwood Drawing and Painting Club on Tuesday, March 26.
But no, it's named after the Rialto marketplace in Venice, Italy, which is next to the Rialto bridge. The metaphor of the open marketplace, where selection-and-acquisitions workflows are automated and expanded to all types of content, is certainly apt.
People are already prohibited from sitting in tourist spots including St Mark's Square or the Rialto Bridge, pausing on bridges, walking around in swimwear and feeding pigeons.
The home also caters to luxury living with a front entrance modeled after Venice's Rialto Bridge, three kitchens, a fireplace in the master bedroom, staff quarters, vaulted ceilings and enough entertaining space to host a 600-person event.