This entire city is centered around controlling water. Omnipresent front-door flood dam:
Venice has great doorbell game. If it hasn’t already been done, I think someone should make a coffee table book of these:
This city is also quite prolific when it comes to urban laundry:
We found a number of these street ladders. Presumably laundry related:
Religion in the streets:
Balcony gardens. Your reminder that (1) small balconies can still be impactful and that (2) balconies with a relationship to the street are used differently:
Colorful shoes and green curtains:
The kind of street we should allow in North American cities:
No 40 storey condos to see yet Venice continues. Perhaps perplexing to a developer mind.
Thx for human scale street views.
Not perplexing. City started its economic decline in the 18th century or so.